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BFI
British
Film Institute
Report &
Annual
Review
Financial
Statements 2007
2006/2007
There’s more to discover about film and television
through the BFI. Our world-renowned archive,
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Cover Picture: The Passenger (Professione: reporter) (1975)
BFI
Annual Review
2006/2007
Contents
About the BFI
Director’s Report
Key objectives
Key Targets
Cultural programme
BFI National Archive
BFI Southbank
BFI Digital Strategy
Education & Research
National Reach
Financial Statements
Appendices
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In This World
We promote access
to and appreciation
of the widest possible
range of British
and world cinema
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ABOUT THE BFI
The BFI (British Film Institute) was established in 1933 to promote
greater understanding, appreciation and access to film and
television culture in Britain. In 1983 the BFI was incorporated by
Royal Charter, a copy of which is available on request or from our
website www.bfi.org.uk.
Our mission is �to champion moving image culture in all its
richness and diversity, across the UK, for the benefit of as wide an
audience as possible, to create and encourage debate.’
We aim to grow the value of diverse cinema and television in
Britain. By this we mean British and international works of artistic
and historic significance that, without intervention, might not
otherwise be available to the public.
S U M M A R Y O F R O YA L C H A R T E R O B J E C T I V E S
— To establish, care for and develop collections reflecting the
moving image history and heritage of the United Kingdom
— To encourage the development of the art of film, television
and the moving image throughout the United Kingdom
— To promote the use of film and television culture as a record
of contemporary life and manners
— To promote access to and appreciation of the widest possible
range of British and world cinema
— To promote education about film, television and the moving
image generally, and their impact on society.
The BFI’s main funder is the UK Film Council (UKFC) using
resources delegated by the Department for Culture, Media
and Sport (DCMS). It is a registered charity, number 287780.
PA R T N E R S H I P S A N D C O L L A B O R AT I O N S
Much of what the BFI has achieved could not have happened
without the support and generosity of a number of individuals,
organisations, companies, charitable trusts and foundations, to
whom we are extremely grateful. The BFI has also received
a number of legacies for which we are also very thankful.
top to bottom: Evergreen (1934); Young Frankenstein (1974); Comrades (1987); Va Savoir (2001)
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Bigger Than Life
No-one can afford
to ignore film
or television.
Such disregard
would be to deny
the power of
storytelling itself
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DIR ECTOR’S R EPORT
Film and television are a source of immense pleasure and
fulfilment. They offer shared experiences which can crystallise
views and inspire creativity and self-knowledge. Film and
television bring greater understanding of other people and places,
even working, on occasion, as a call to action for the public good.
No-one seeking to influence or understand society can afford to
ignore either medium. Such disregard would be to deny the power
of storytelling itself.
However, the social value of film is directly proportional to its
availability. In other words, the richer the spectrum on offer, the
greater is our understanding not just or the moving image but the
world itself. This is why the BFI exists – to champion work which
might not be accessible otherwise, and to provide the widest
possible choice of environment and opportunity for its exploration.
Our role as a UK-wide organisation has evolved in recent years
following the establishment of agencies dedicated to serving the
regions and the nations. The BFI’s remit now has an emphasis on
national strategies, the care and distribution of our national and
international collections, and the provision of online education
and research resources. Along with other national cultural
organisations, we strive constantly to create programmes of
international significance. We believe that this is what our
audiences expect of us.
It would be impossible to achieve such an aim without the
BFI National Archive.
The collections we hold on behalf of the nation are an asset of
global cultural significance. Arguably the greatest archive of film
in the world, it is certainly the biggest and the busiest. Thousands
of prints are shown internationally every year. In this country
alone, in a single year, we expect to promote and distribute prints
to more than 800 different venues. Millions of people will see a film
from the BFI National Archive thanks to the growing number of
television co-productions, DVDs, cinema releases and our rapidlyemerging online initiatives.
It’s a common misconception that archives are only about the
past. In fact, the best archives are busy acquiring, interpreting,
conserving and releasing films on a daily basis, serving a range
of needs from large audience cinema exhibition to specialised
individual access.
top to bottom: My Son the Fanatic (1997); Fast Food Nation (2006); A Year Without Love (2005)
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Thousands of п¬Ѓlms
from the BFI are
seen in over 600
venues across
Britain every year
The BFI National Archive is at the heart of our organisation.
It’s dynamic. It’s in touch with living, contemporary film-making.
Through BFI Festivals and BFI Southbank, with their international
archival and contemporary programmes, the relationship is
symbiotic and enduring.
A T H R E E - PA R T V I S I O N
Three years ago we set out on an ambitious path towards
a long-term future. This future aspires to:
The collections cared
for by the BFI on
behalf of the nation
are an asset of global
cultural significance
— care for the world’s greatest collection of film and film information,
making sure it is safe and more widely available than ever before
— sustain an international focus for film in the UK through the
creation of a national Film Centre, nurturing and providing
a permanent home for the London Film Festival
— ensure that everyone in Britain, no matter where they are, has
access to the widest diversity of films and knowledge about film –
a digital distribution strategy
Our achievements this year demonstrate the great strides we have
already made along our chosen path. BFI Southbank, for example,
opened to resounding industry and popular acclaim. We made
crucial investments in storage facilities at the BFI National Archive
and launched innovative digital access systems to the Archive.
We have developed a programme to exhibit Archive titles alongside
contemporary releases in mainstream cinemas and over the Digital
Screen Network. Not least we celebrated, triumphantly, the 50th
birthday of The Times BFI London Film Festival.
top to bottom: Jude Law and Robin Wright Penn at the Times BFI 50th London Film Festival;
Amores Perros (2000); The Man Who Would Be King (1975)
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A C A LL TO AC T ION
We’ve made great strides in most areas, but we haven’t achieved
everything we had hoped for. Supported by the UKFC and DCMS
with modernisation funding, we’ve reduced and held down the
size of the organisation, significantly increased income from
fundraising, introduced efficiencies and achieved most of our
customer-facing initiatives. However, we’ve not yet met the
ambitious growth target we set ourselves for trading income. And
we’ve had to absorb significant, unexpected, additional pension
and utilities costs, as well as a one-off over-run on the capital build
cost of BFI Southbank. This means we have a very challenging year
ahead, made more difficult by the indication of little, if any, future
increase in our Government funding. After a four-year standstill
revenue grant, without an improvement in our financial outlook
the BFI cannot be sustained as it currently exists.
The BFI is an institution emulated across the globe, admired for the
founding of the NFT, the custodianship of the London Film Festival
and the promotion of cultural film. The BFI is respected for the work
of its Archive, and for being the home of special first films and filmmakers. The BFI has tenaciously and joyously nurtured a love of film,
and sought to reach everyone, everywhere. Now this internationally
recognised legacy is part of global cinema history itself.
I believe, as this institution’s director, we must fulfil the
responsibility of ensuring that this extraordinary work survives,
thrives and continues to inspire generations to come. This is our
collective challenge.
Amanda Nevill, Director
top to bottom: Woman of the Dunes (1964); Pressure (1975); The African Queen (1951);
Another Country (1984)
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Opening Night
During the London Film Festival
over 1,000 people crowded into
London’s Trafalgar Square to
watch a specially commissioned
programme of short films
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HIGHLIGH T S I N 20 0 6 / 07 — OBJ EC T I V E S
W H AT W E SA ID W E WOU LD DO
E X A M PLE S OF HOW W E DID
Open BFI Southbank
Our most dramatic transformation: During its first
week of opening thousands of visitors streamed to
BFI Southbank, with its pioneering and unprecedented
access to digitised material from the Archive, great new
and improved education initiatives and an adventurous
contemporary programme
Make critical investment in the Archive
Making safe for the future: Archive material at immediate
risk from deterioration was moved into upgraded,
environmentally controlled storage. Existing acetate
vaults have also been made airtight but further urgent
investment is needed.
Provide greater digital access to the BFI
and its collections
A digital revolution: The new Mediatheque at BFI
Southbank now provides free public access to hundreds
of hours of film and television. During the year more than
2.5 million records from the BFI Film & TV Database were
moved online, giving people free access to 70 years of
information. Visitors to the BFI website can now download
films from the Archive to keep and watch again and
again. Interactive guides to British film and TV heritage
were launched on screenonline. The BFI’s Charlie Chaplin
website has been refreshed with new interactive features.
Celebrate both BFI Festivals in their
respective anniversary years – Times BFI
50th London Film Festival and the 21st
London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
A 50th birthday milestone: 113,000 tickets sold during
the London Film Festival as we celebrated with a strong
programme of films and events. These included the
simultaneous screening of a surprise film in 50 different
venues across the capital, such as Heathrow Terminal 4,
Holloway Prison and a competition winner’s front room.
We also drew over 1,000 people to an outdoor screening
in London’s Trafalgar Square of a specially commissioned
programme of short films.
A coming of age: We achieved our goal, selling 25,000
tickets for screenings during the London Lesbian &
Gay Film Festival, an event made even more special in
its birthday year by coinciding with the opening of BFI
Southbank. 44 venues around the UK signed up for a tour
of the highlights.
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A new digital
restoration of
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W H AT W E SA ID W E WOU LD DO
E X A M PLE S OF HOW W E DID
Expand our broadcast partnerships
The BFI on TV: An audience of over 14 million saw films
from the Archive on the small screen thanks to three major
co-productions during the year with the BBC and Channel 5.
This represents a 250% increase in TV audience compared
to last year and is 27% ahead of target for this year
Programme Archive films alongside
mainstream releases
Curtain raiser: More than a quarter of a million people saw
Handkerchief Drill, a short film from the Central Office of
Information (COI) held in the BFI National Archive, when
it was screened before the feature release of The History
Boys in cinemas across the UK
Investment in Archive titles for
the Digital Screen Network
Dorothy went digital: Ten BFI titles were made available
to screen digitally during the year. Notable successes
included a touring programme of material from the COI to
coincide with its 60th anniversary, and a digital restoration
of The Wizard of Oz. This timeless classic was released by
the BFI and, with 26 digital prints, represented the widest
opening to date of a classic film released via the Digital
Screen Network
Strengthen our national membership
to support audience development
Joining the club: We launched a new national membership
scheme. All members now have an enhanced benefits
and discounts package, while an attractive new tier of
membership – the BFI Champion – encourages people to
provide a higher level of financial support. A new
BFI Student Membership offer was also launched
Significant planning towards a
permanent National Film Centre
A new home for Film: Early consultation was completed
with business partners on the South Bank and in the
Arts sector as a whole, plus local planning authorities.
An options appraisal has been developed and incorporated
into an outline business case which was approved by
the BFI Board before being presented to the Office for
Government Commerce (OGC) gateway process
National leadership role in development
of the National Archive Strategy and
National Film Education Strategy
Planning for the future: The BFI-led Film Heritage Group
is developing a national strategy to go out to the archive
community for consultation in June 2007
A steering group comprised of the BFI, UK Film Council,
Film Education, National Screen Agencies, Screen England,
Skillset and First Light is working to establish a national
education strategy by the end of 2007/08.
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Dreams That
Money Can Buy
We will launch a
major fundraising
campaign to fulfil
the urgent needs of
the Archive estate
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K E Y TA R G E T S F O R 2 0 07/ 0 8
2007 will be a tough year as we face a much harsher financial
environment. Along with increasing estate and utility expenses
and unforeseen pension costs, there is the prospect of a further
three years of flat grant-in-aid funding. Nevertheless, there remain
high expectations of the BFI that we are determined to meet.
This determination is reflected in our key objectives for the year:
— Continue to create a thriving new destination at BFI Southbank,
attracting 800,000 visitors during the first 12 months of it opening
— Achieve over 1.85 million admissions to screenings of BFI films;
550,000 users of BFI education and information resources; 1 million
viewers to BFI broadcast co-productions; over 6 million users of
BFI online resources
— Launch a major awareness and fundraising campaign to fulfil
the urgent needs of the Archive estate for the next ten years
— Develop a long term digital strategy for audiences to access the
BFI online
— Agree with the UK Film Council a forward plan to 2011 in the
context of the Government comprehensive spending review
— Ensure the London Film Festival is recognised and supported
as the UK’s premier international film festival and to achieve
additional funding to deliver this
— Complete the National Education Strategy and begin
implementation
— Secure funding to progress the Film Centre to advanced
planning stage
top to bottom: Little Children (2006); James and the Giant Peach (1996); The Italian Job (1969);
Branded to Kill (1967)
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An extended run
of The Passenger proved
to be the year’s surprise
theatrical hit
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C U LT U R A L P R O G R A M M E
Not even an unusually hot summer and competition from the
World Cup could hold back the BFI’s cultural programme this
year. We have broken box-office records, introduced new digital
distribution, caught the imagination of millions, discovered new
venues and continued to mark the milestones of filmmaking
with a passion.
As always, our programme made available a diverse spectrum of
classic and specialised film. But an extended run of Michelangelo
Antonioni’s The Passenger (1975) proved to be the year’s surprise
theatrical hit, breaking box office records at the National Film
Theatre (now BFI Southbank) for a single-screen release. The
film received excellent reviews from the major critics and was
rewarded with many four and five-star ratings. It went on to play
in more than 30 venues around the country and proved every bit
as popular with audiences. At a time when the hot weather and
the appeal of football hit mainstream cinema audiences, it was
a testament to the enduring appeal of Antonioni’s film and Jack
Nicholson’s performance.
Directors Jacques Rivette, Carol Reed, John Huston and Luis BuГ±uel
were all celebrated this year with retrospectives of their films at
the National Film Theatre (NFT). As well as presenting the more
familiar works for reappraisal in each director’s season, we always
tried to introduce some of their lesser-known films for audiences
to �discover’. Other highlights in the year’s programme at the NFT
included appraisals of cinema favourites such as Ava Gardner,
Bette Davis, Bernard Herrmann, Michael Mann, and Isabelle
Huppert. We also examined genres as diverse as Mexican cinema,
films and documentaries about music, Westerns, Modernism and
Silent Comedy.
During the year we marked the 60th anniversary of the Central
Office of Information (COI) with a programme of public information
films at the NFT, including shorts from the popular �Charley Says’
and �Be Smart, Be Safe’ campaigns. Most of the 140 information
films shown came from the BFI National Archive, some screening
as new prints struck by the Archive using original preservation
materials. During the season visitors to the NFT and BFI London
IMAX were able to download, via Bluetooth, two short films from
the programme for free to their mobile phone. This has opened
up another access point to the archive that we expect will grow
considerably in the future.
top to bottom: Jason and the Argonauts (1963); Ghosts (2006); Glastonbury (2006)
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Antonioni’s The
Passenger broke
box office records
during its run at the
National Film Theatre
Personal appearances continued to delight and enthral our
audiences throughout the year as we welcomed to the BFI guests
such as Pedro AlmodГіvar, PenГ©lope Cruz, Jun Awazu, Isabelle
Huppert, Angelica Huston, Peter Whitehead, Terence Davies,
Eli Wallach, Elmore Leonard and Gael GarcГ­a Bernal.
Over 50,000 people
came to the BFI
IMAX to watch
Superman Returns
with 20 minutes
remastered to 3D
World Cup fever didn’t stop the BFI IMAX reaching a new audience
as it screened three England games live in front of more than 1,100
people. It was the next best thing to being on the touchline. There
were also sell-out audiences for Optronica, the London festival
devoted to the fusion of music and moving image, as well as for
the new film releases Happy Feet and 300. The BFI IMAX was the
best performing cinema in the UK for the opening weekends of
both releases. The big hit of the year was Superman Returns, which
included 20 minutes of material remastered to 3D and was watched
by over 50,000 during a run that lasted longer than any other
cinema in the UK.
Again attracting new audiences to the BFI IMAX, our After Dark
screenings of second run mainstream contemporary films such as
Casino Royale, Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s
Chest gave people a whole new cinematic experience.
The UK Film Council’s new Digital Screen Network (DSN) proved
a magical addition to the BFI’s distribution schedule this year. In
time for Christmas, we released a new digital restoration of The
Wizard of Oz (1939) to a total of 31 venues (21 outside of London).
The release was supported by additional funding from the UK Film
Council and with 26 digital �prints’ it became the widest opening to
date of a classic film via the DSN. The appeal of the film endured
well beyond Christmas and the New Year as it went on to be
screened at over 80 venues throughout half term and up to Easter.
Further supporting the COI’s 60th anniversary, a touring
programme of six films from the post-war era – How to Survive
the 1940s – was shown in venues across the UK. A COI short film,
Handkerchief Drill (1949), was also released as part of the BFI’s new
Archive Shorts initiative, screening at over 100 venues with the
major feature release of The History Boys and seen by more than
250,000 cinema-goers.
top to bottom: The Motorcycle Diaries (2004); South Pacific (1958);
Yo La Tengo at the Times BFI 50th London Film Festival
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Other BFI releases (frequently tying in with major NFT seasons)
such as the Rivette titles Paris Nous Appartient (1961) and Celine and
Julie Go Boating (1974), Buñuel’s neglected masterpiece Los Olvidados
(1950), and British classics The Innocents (1961), The Fallen Idol (1948)
and Great Expectations (1946) all showed throughout the year at
venues and regional film festivals up and down the UK.
We were particularly thrilled to present the world premiere of a
new digital remastering of the little-seen avant-garde film Borderline
(1930), newly scored by renowned jazz musician Courtney Pine.
Pine played live in a semi-improvised performance for a special
screening of the film at the Tate Modern. Two other films from the
BFI Collections also screened at the event – Dreams That Money Can
Buy (1948) and Berlin: Symphony of a City (1927).
This was a successful year for reaching new audiences through largescale screenings of archive titles, some in the open air. The 1970
film Performance at the Serpentine captured the public imagination,
while Somerset House screened North by Northwest (1959) and The
Night of the Hunter (1955), all distributed by the BFI. During the
World Cup, historic football films from the Mitchell & Kenyon
Collection were shown before live matches on the BBC Big Screens
in city centres across Britain to an audience of 100,000 or more.
Several major broadcasting co-productions during the year exceeded
our expectations for audience numbers. The Lost World of FrieseGreene, a three-part co-production with the BBC, attracted more than
10 million viewers, while Channel Five’s Disappearing Britain, which
also used BFI National Archive material, was watched by over four
million people. Silent Britain, another co-production was screened on
BBC4 and achieved an audience of a further 177,000.
B F I F E S T I VA L S
This year we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the London Film
Festival and the 21st anniversary of the London Lesbian & Gay
Film Festival. Together, both festivals attracted more than 140,000
people to screenings and a further 5,000 to education activities.
A total of 556 films (including features and shorts) were shown
from countries all over the world.
top to bottom: Abismos de Pasión (1954); Shortbus (2006); Molly O’ (1921)
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During the World
Cup, football п¬Ѓlms
from the Mitchell &
Kenyon Collection
were seen on BBC
Big Screens by over
100,000 people in city
centres across the UK
T H E T I M E S B F I 5 0 T H L O N D O N F I L M F E S T I VA L
The Times BFI
50th London Film
Festival celebrated
new discoveries
from exciting talents
in world cinema,
screening 314 п¬Ѓlms
from 48 countries
Since it was first established 50 years ago to screen a selection
of outstanding work from Europe’s other festivals, including
Cannes and Venice, the London Film Festival has changed almost
beyond recognition. While it retains some of the original spirit of
being a �festival of festivals’, it has expanded its horizons to show
new discoveries from important and exciting talents in world
cinema, underpinning the BFI’s core mission. The Festival has
grown in size too, from screening fewer than 20 films in the 1957
programme to the 300 or more it shows today. While it remains
first and foremost a public festival, it is now a magnet for film
professionals and journalists.
Two powerful films framed this year’s Festival. It opened with
the compelling British feature, The Last King of Scotland, and
closed a fortnight later with the cross-cultural and ambitious Babel.
The truly diverse programme of 183 feature films and 131 shorts
from 48 countries had strong representation from Asia, Africa and
Latin America. It also included titles by and/or about lesbians, gay
men, transgender or bisexual people; 53 of the films were directed
by women.
Leading a special programme of events to mark the anniversary
was an outdoor screening in Trafalgar Square where over 1,000
people gathered to watch Portrait of London - a series of short
films commissioned by the BFI for the Festival and mixed live
by the renowned director, Mike Figgis. Traditionally the Festival
has presented a surprise film shown at a single venue in London.
During this anniversary year a handful of surprise films were
screened at 50 different venues in and around the capital, including
Heathrow Terminal 4, Holloway Prison and even a competition
prize-winner’s front room with the film’s director there to
introduce it!
In addition to the public screenings, the Festival hosted over
90 education and industry screenings and events, including ThinkShoot-Distribute and for school children How to be a Stuntperson.
Among the talent adding glamour and glitz to the event as they
made personal appearances to support and introduce screenings
of their films were Emilio Estevez, Christian Slater, Will Ferrell,
Emma Thompson, Robert Rodriguez, Dustin Hoffman, Bob Hoskins,
Forrest Whitaker, Kate Winslet and Matt Damon.
top to bottom: Red Road (2006); Tim Burton; The Last King of Scotland (2006)
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As the Festival gathers momentum each year, expectations grow.
This year the BFI, responding in part to a request from the UK
Film Council, undertook a fact-finding mission, consulting with
key industry figures. The survey was also an acknowledgement
of the Government’s desire for a film festival strategy for the
UK. The findings showed overwhelming support for the London
Film Festival and its aims. There was also wide consensus that
additional investment is needed if the Festival is to be able to
compete more ambitiously with other international festivals for
support and profile.
Our key priorities for the future are to secure long-term financial
stability for the Festival, to reduce our dependence on sponsorship
for the delivery of the core programme and improve the facilities
which support filmmakers, industry, delegates and guests. This
year’s Festival was a celebration of the past 50 years, but it was also
a time to look forward with optimism to the next 50 years.
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For over two decades the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
has brought an eclectic selection of some of the best in queer
cinema from around the world to appreciative audiences in London
and across the UK. Celebrating its 21st birthday the Festival has
matured to become the third largest film festival in the UK behind
London and Edinburgh, and the largest of its kind in Europe.
The opportunity to be one of the first to explore the newly-opened
BFI Southbank was an extra encouragement for the thousands
who attended this year. Some 25,000 tickets were sold and the
Festival also attracted 187 international film-makers and industry
delegates. These included young filmmakers who were able to build
on their skills during a four-day workshop run in partnership with
the Mayor of London’s office and the youth production company,
Mouth That Roars.
This year’s Festival programme comprised 90 features and 124
shorts and videos. Although genuinely international in scope with
featured work from 26 countries, it was pleasing to see a record
number of British films in the programme, including the Closing
Night Gala of Duncan Roy’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Rag Tag
by Black British Director Adaora Nwandu.
top to bottom: Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007); Breakfast on Pluto (2005); David Gallagher and
Duncan Roy (Dir) at the Closing Night Gala screening of The Picture of Dorian Gray, the 21st
London Lesbian Gay Film Festival
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A touring programme
of highlights from
the London Lesbian
& Gay Film Festival
played in 40 towns
and cities across the
UK and Ireland
Sidebars during the Festival included Art of the Erotic Imagination,
featuring James Bidgood’s Pink Narcissus, later released by the
BFI on DVD, and a recent acquisition by the BFI National Archive
of Super8 originals from the pioneering director, Peter de Rome.
There was also a strand of experimental films exploring the queer
avant-garde and also a selection from the Mediatheque programme
shown on the big screen.
65% of sales of
BFI DVDs were
outside London
During the Festival we piloted a system of text message alerts that
proved very successful for pushing �slow sellers’. Online ticket sales
also grew. Audience research carried out during the event was
overwhelmingly positive, revealing a very loyal audience who are
attracted to the Festival experience as a whole and not just to the
films. Of the total audience, 19% lived locally in Lambeth/ Southwark,
20% were from outside London and 6% were from abroad.
A touring programme with highlights reflecting the richness of
the Festival will visit around 40 towns and cities across the UK
and Ireland throughout the summer of 2007.
DV D A N D B O O K R E L E A S E S
The DVD has become one of the most important ways the BFI reaches
the wider audience. This year we distributed a further 25 titles, most
with extra commentary features and informative sleeve notes to
provide expert contextualisation. The deliberately broad selection
included three films by Derek Jarman: Caravaggio (1986), Angelic
Conversation (1985) and Wittgenstein (1993). We also released two films
by Jacques Rivette which tied in with a season of his work at the NFT
– Celine and Julie Go Boating (1974) and Paris Nous Appartient (1961).
In addition, there was something of a �silent’ theme to the DVD
release schedule. Dickens Before Sound, a unique collection of early
adaptations of perhaps Britain’s favourite and (after Shakespeare)
most adapted author, was followed by the release on DVD of the BFI/
BBC TV co-production of Silent Britain, and RW Paul – The Collected Films
1895-1908. As Britain’s first filmmaker Robert W Paul was a leading
pioneer in this country and one of the founders of world cinema.
Many of his films are preserved in the BFI National Archive and this
DVD brings his collected works of popular comedies, dramas, and
fantasy and actuality films together for the first time for a wider
audience. Also released following the successful TV co-production
with the BBC was The Lost World of Friese-Greene telling the story of a
pioneering, but hitherto forgotten British documentary maker.
top to bottom: Front covers to BFI books: Journeys of Desire: European Actors in Hollywood;
British Film Posters: An Illustrated History; DVD cover for R W Paul: The Collected Films 1895-1908
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BFI Publishing had a busy year too producing 24 books covering
everything from film theory, cinema history and the study of
television, to more populist studies of film and TV and film poster art.
Key titles include the BFI Modern Classic Distant Voices, Still Lives which
takes a poetic look at Terence Davies’ film about post-war workingclass childhood; a detailed introduction to the themes and styles
of the films of Pedro AlmГіdovar; and a unique study of one of the
greatest television drama serials of all time, The Singing Detective.
A History of Artists’ Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004 considers the
work of some 300 artists and highlights the importance of moving
image in British art history. Directors in British and Irish Cinema
is packed with facts, critical summaries and the resumes and
filmographies of over 1,000 film directors from Britain and Ireland
since 1895. Other titles published during the year include Hollywood
and Politics and Society, 100 Videogames and a number of teachers’
resources such as Teaching Black Cinema, Real Shorts (DVD-based) and
Teaching Videogames.
10 0 B L A C K S C R E E N I C O N S
Towards the end of the year an online poll to choose top Black
Screen Icons was jointly launched by the BFI and Every Generation
Media, with support from the UKFC and the BBC.
100 Black Screen Icons was conceived and launched as a
continuation of the BFI’s influential Black World project in 2005 that
brought together more than 40 national projects and events such as
local and national film seasons, film and DVD releases, education
projects, workshops, and mixed-media music and film events.
The nominees in the poll cover film and television genres and
eras from the past 100 years and hail from the UK, Europe, North
America, Africa and the Caribbean. The list was compiled with the
help of an expert panel of film practitioners, including directors,
actors, writers and technical innovators. The result of the poll will
be announced in the autumn of 2007.)
top to bottom: Front covers to BFI books: Hollywood Politics and Society; 100 Videogames;
DVD cover for Celine and Julie Go Boating
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
During the year the
BFI published 24
books on п¬Ѓlm theory,
cinema history and
the study of television
Ice Cold In Alex
Over the next 12 months
it is vital we secure investment for
a sub zero storage environment
for the acetate collection
Picture: Ice Cold In Alex (1958)
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B F I N AT I O N A L A R C H I V E
The huge collections of film and television material cared for
in the BFI National Archive is of world cultural importance. Its
maintenance and safety is core to our obligations as a national
heritage organisation. During the year we successfully completed
a critical phase of our programme to stabilise the collection. We
installed ten refrigerated mobile storage containers designed to
deliver optimum environmental conditions suitable for master
safety film, and relocated film materials previously held in substandard storage facilities.
The building’s infrastructure on all three vaults at Berkhamsted has
also been improved and we are currently replacing the environmental
control systems in our largest acetate vault. This will allow us to
create optimum storage environments for stable acetate film.
But these measures are short term. During routine testing of the
acetate film collection we found that up to 30% is actively decaying.
To arrest this decay and prevent total loss of materials we need
to develop a large scale sub zero storage environment as a longer
term solution. Over the next 12 months it is vital that we secure the
investment to deliver the best possible storage environments for the
collections and we have launched a major campaign to raise sufficient
funds to fix the Archive estate for the next ten years and beyond.
Other significant Archive developments during the year include:
— The creation of a new audio conservation facility to allow
deteriorating magnetic sound tracks which cannot safely be stored in
sub zero conditions to be transferred onto new digital storage media
— Securing a £1.8m grant from the Joint Information Systems Committee
for a two-year project working in partnership with a range of
organisations, to digitise hundreds of hours of moving image material and
other documents that chart and discuss life in Britain in the 20th century
— Leading the development of a national archive strategy, working in
partnership with the UK Film Council, regional screen agencies, regional
film archives, MLA and DCMS. The strategy aims to provide a framework
for moving image archives in Britain to work better together to care for
and preserve the collections and, at the same time, make them more
accessible to the public through a mass digitisation programme
— During the year, Ofcom, the communication regulator, commissioned
an external review of the BFI’s off-air broadcast recording service.
After considering the available options, Ofcom recommended that the
BFI should continue as the designated national television archive for a
further period of five years.
top to bottom: Oliver! (1968); Canoa (1976); Venus (2006)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
We are working in
partnership with
JISC to digitise
hundreds of hours of
material that charts
20th century life
in Britain
The Kids Are Alright
The rejuvenated BFI Southbank
allows us to further our
education programmes
Picture: The Kids Are Alright (1979)
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A FRONT DOOR TO ALL OF THE BFI
After a year or more of construction and fit-out we were finally ready for
the red carpet. The new BFI Southbank threw open its doors to welcome
thousands of people in its first week for the Optronica festival and later
the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.
Opening BFI Southbank is a major milestone for the BFI. In addition to
the existing cinemas where we continue to show an exciting and diverse
programme for our core audience, we are attracting new visitors to the
innovative Mediatheque. Here people can enjoy hundreds of hours of film and
television from the BFI National Archive, completely for free. The new Gallery
space now provides an opportunity to see how artists perceive the moving
image and use it in their work.
Students from the local community and from all over Britain come to study
film heritage. Families come to BFI Southbank to have fun and experiment in
hands-on workshops. In the country’s best-stocked filmstore, people
come and browse through the thousands of DVDs and books. Others
come simply to soak up the atmosphere in the comfortable surroundings
of the Benugo cafГ© and restaurant, perhaps hoping to catch a glimpse
of a famous visiting filmmaker.
The BFI has largely been unable to offer these facilities and attractions before.
Now, for the first time, we can bring together our wide variety of activities
under one roof. But our ambitions and the demand from audiences increase
all the time. We have always known that it could only be a temporary home.
Limited by its location under Waterloo Bridge, BFI Southbank cannot be grown
further. It will never be able to realise the full extent of the BFI’s aspirations
for meeting audience anticipation.
We see the building as a �rehearsal room’ for a new, high profile, public-facing
national film centre. Our vision brings together the disparate elements of the
BFI’s activities into a simple and exciting proposition that can be delivered on
site and online, serving the public as well as educational bodies, filmmakers
and the creative industries as a whole.
Nothing like the proposed BFI National Film Centre exists anywhere else.
It will be unique because only the BFI can bring together the world’s greatest
collections of film and television and add to it the excitement and stimulation
of emerging cinema. We can build creative and inclusive programmes that
inspire everyone. It will be wired to the world and influenced as much by
its virtual visitors as it is by those who pass through the door. It will be the
world’s most important cultural centre for the enjoyment, celebration and
study of film.
During the year we have consulted with our South Bank business partners,
local planning authorities and other key stakeholders to prepare an outline
business case with an options appraisal and feasibility study. This has been
presented to the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) gateway process.
Over the coming year our priority will be to raise funding to take us forward
to the planning and design stage. This is expected to be by the end of 2007/08.
top to bottom: Sight & Sound (Jan 07); Pirosmani (1971); The Fallen Idol (1948)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
With BFI Southbank
we can, for the
п¬Ѓrst time, bring
a wide variety of
BFI activities under
one roof
Listen
To Britain
In the future,
most of our
UK-wide
distribution
will be
delivered
digitally,
precisely
because this
is what our
audiences
expect
Picture: Listen To Britain (1942)
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B F I D I G I TA L S T R AT E G Y
Digital technology lies at the very heart of the BFI’s strategy to grow
access to the national collections. We’ve made tremendous progress
in two important and innovative ways: through BFI Online and in the
new Mediatheque at BFI Southbank.
The launch of BFI Online during the year has created further
opportunities for people to browse and engage with all the BFI’s
services and information, whether they are at home, in the office
or on the move. The key resource is the BFI Film and TV Database
– over 2.5 million records on film and television collected by the
BFI over the past 70 years. This is now available online to everyone
completely for free.
While others have merely talked about it, the BFI got on and launched
a film download space on its BFI website, adding each month to a
library of selected, rare films from the BFI National Archive. These
can be downloaded to keep. We created a new Chaplin section on
the BFI website where people can learn about the legendary star’s
life and enjoy thousands of images enriched by in-depth contextual
notes written by BFI experts. There is also an innovative series of
interactive online tours on BFI screenonline (www.screenonline.org.
uk), the definitive educational guide to Britain’s film and TV history.
Screenonline is now available free in every school in Britain.
As a result of these new digital developments we have attracted
significantly more people to our website and encouraged greater
usage, resulting in a 44% increase in hits year on year.
Madame Bovary (1991); The Song Remains the Same (1976); Bugsy Malone (1976)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
Over 2.5 million
records in the BFI
п¬Ѓlm and TV database
collected over 70 years
can now be accessed
online by everyone
for free
The History Boys
A two-year partnership
with HP is providing stateof-the-art access to the
archive collections
Picture: The History Boys (2006)
28 / 29
The opening of BFI Southbank marked a distinct step change in
the way we reach new audiences. A new way of working for the BFI
also began when we announced the start of a two-year partnership
with Hewlett Packard (HP) providing state-of-the-art access to the
archive collections. HP’s digital servers and computers power the
new Mediatheque where visitors can browse for free hundreds of
hours of digitised material from the Archive on the small screen.
With digitisation made possible thanks to funding from the
Heritage Lottery Fund and the hi-tech viewing facilities from HP, the
Mediatheque has become a perfect example of culture and commerce
working hand in hand to enhance public value.
We have begun work on the digitisation programme with JISC
and with the objective to create an online portal through which
everyone can access up to 600 hours of unique footage and
contextualised documents that demonstrate how the key social,
political and economic issues affecting Britain during the last
century were represented and debated through moving images.
The BFI is leading a partnership made up of the national archives,
regional archives, the Parliamentary Recording Unit, BBC, ITN and
Open Media to deliver the project. Footage will come from many
sources such as Public Information and Government films, national
and regional news bulletins, newsreels, parliamentary hearings
and political broadcasts.
top to bottom: Climates (2006); Trapeze (1956); The Terminator (1984)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
The BFI website
received 44% more
hits year on year
Our annual Media Studies
Conference introduces teachers
to industry insiders, leading
thinkers, and expert practitioners.
Picture: Etre et Avoir (2002)
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E D U C AT I O N & R E S E A R C H
The main priority of BFI Education continues to be to establish
film as an integral part of the primary curriculum. This year we
had early success in Northern Ireland, supporting the Northern
Ireland Film and Television Commission, and more recently
have completed an ambitious programme in England. Reframing
Literacy invited all of the Local Authorities in England to join
training sessions and use resources that aimed to put short
films into mainstream literacy classrooms. We trained teachers
and advisors in half of the authorities and levered significant
investment from them into the initiative. We continue to sell
thousands of copies of our Shorts compilations as more and
more teachers join the programme.
At the same time, we embrace the huge opportunities presented
to us by the revitalised BFI Southbank and its importance as a
test-bed for a future film centre. By the end of March 2007, we had
re-shaped our education team at BFI Southbank to concentrate
on reaching a range of core audiences: in addition to schools and
teachers, we are programming for families, young people outside
school, community groups, and the general adult population.
We worked with excluded young people in partnership with
children’s charity Kidscape to produce martial arts films which
were shown as part of Beautiful South, our new programme of films
made and shown by and for young people. Over 300 GCSE students
made films as part of Aspire Aim Higher, a widening participation
project with South Bank University. We also ran a new series of
public debates sponsored by Sight & Sound, and a seminar series
called What is Cinema?, co-organised with the Independent Cinema
Office. Our annual Media Studies Conference attracted teachers
from all over the UK, and introduced them to industry insiders,
leading thinkers, and expert practitioners.
In our advocacy work, we made important contributions to
launching the Charter for Media Literacy both in the UK and
Europe – www.euromedialiteracy.eu. With the National Foundation
for Education Research we completed Special Effects, a major piece of
research into learning outcomes from film sponsored by Creative
Partnerships.
top to bottom Oliver Twist (1948); A Portrait of London – outdoor screening in Trafalgar Square
during the Times BFI 50th London Film Festival; Sleeping Dogs Lie (2006)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
Research, and
in particular the
interpretation of the
collections, remains
a priority for the BFI
Free Cinema
Malcolm McDowell
hosted Screenonline’s
latest interactive tour
Picture: Free Cinema (1957)
32 / 33
BFI Screenonline is a truly UK-Wide resource, with users spanning
the nations and regions from Shoreditch to the Shetlands and from
Durham to Derry. Thanks to a new approach to authentication
developed in partnership with the National Education Network, the
service has since late-2006 been freely accessible in all UK schools
and universities, as well as many public libraries. On the back of
this improved access, the number of users increased dramatically,
with video requests averaging over 500 per working day by the
end of the year. At least 83 per cent of those viewing video were in
organisations based outside London.
During the year Screenonline launched an interactive tour looking
at Free Cinema, hosted by Malcolm McDowell. This is the third in an
ongoing series of tours sponsored by BT that explore key elements
of British cinema history. Other highlights online included a
celebration of Victoria Wood’s 30-year career, a look at British
cinema during the 1970s and a revisit to the BBC’s influential
Wednesday Play strand. For teachers the newly launched Education
Zone – funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund - features lesson plans,
starters and plenaries that use Screenonline titles for teaching
particular topics.
Looking forward, The UK Film Council this year initiated a review
of its funded education work – delivered by First Light Movies,
Skillset, Film Education, Film Club, the national and regional screen
agencies, and the BFI. The outcome will be a strategy launched in
2008 for film education that consolidates all our activities, avoids
duplication, and makes an ambitious pitch for putting film at the
centre of the cultural life of children and young people. The BFI will
be at the heart of this important work.
Research, and in particular the interpretation of the collections
in the BFI National Archive, remains a priority of the BFI. No less
than seven curators presented papers at the annual conference
of MeCCSA in Coventry in January 2007. In addition we made a
keynote presentation about the relationship between the BFI and
the Academy.
The BFI is also involved as a partner in a number of AHRC-funded
research projects (with the Universities of Stirling, Westminster
and London). The BFI is working with researchers at Queen Mary,
University of London on a history of the BFI (due for completion in
2008) and in November 2006 a related Screen Studies conference
was held at the University of London.
top to bottom: Loulou (1980); Ran (1985); The Open Road (1926)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
Video requests on
Screenonline averaged
over 500 per working
day by the end of the
year, 83% were from
outside London
Reach
For The Sky
Digital advances help
extend our geographical
and cultural reach
beyond regional and
national borders
Picture: Reach For The Sky (1956)
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N AT I O N A L R E A C H
From downloads to touring film seasons and DVDs to screenings
at film societies, we remain committed to widening access to
all BFI products and services. Digital advances help extend our
geographical and cultural reach beyond regional and national
borders.
The following section shows how the BFI reaches out across the UK
during the year.
T H E AT R I C A L A N D N O N -T H E AT R I C A L
The BFI is a leading UK distributor of archive, classic and specialised
films, working with a range of exhibitors from multiplexes through
independent regional cinemas to rural film clubs.
Screenings of films from the BFI National Archive:
— 550,000 admissions – 67% outside London
— films shown in 641 venues – 81% outside London
— films also booked by 250 venues in 28 countries across the world
The geographical
spread of where п¬Ѓlms
from the BFI are
screened each year.
top to bottom: Wavelength (1967); David Lynch in conversation at the BFI; Z Cars (1962)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
Films from the
BFI are screened
in over 890 venues
worldwide every year
B R OA D C A S T
The BFI was involved in three broadcast co-productions
during the year:
— BBC – The Lost World of Friese-Greene, a three-part series screened on
BBC2, was watched by a total audience of over 10 million
— BBC – Silent Britain, a study of the silent era presented on BBC4
— Channel 5 – Disappearing Britain looking at Britain’s social history
– seen by an audience of 4 million nationwide across three episodes
A total audience
of over 14 million
watched a п¬Ѓlm from
the BFI National
Archive on television
DV D
During 2006/07 we released 249 new DVDs, over half of which were
films from the BFI National Archive.
Sales of DVDs reached 195,000 nationwide, 65% outside London
through regional retailers, mail order and online sales.
B F I L I B R A R Y A N D I N F O R M AT I O N S E R V I C E
During 2006/07 there were:
— 189,606 downloads of BFI Library online resources
— 11,919 visitors to the Reading Room
— 14,179 users of the BFI Information service
VISITORS / USE BY R EGION :
29% London
20% South
4%
East
4%
West Midlands
2%
East Midlands
5%
North West
5%
Yorkshire
1%
North East
7%
South West
9%
Scotland
4%
Wales
1%
Northern Ireland
9%
Overseas
top to bottom: Our New Errant Boy (1905); Beau Travail (1999); Y tu mamГЎ tambiГ©n (2001)
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E D U C AT I O N
BFI Education supports teachers and learners in film and media study
across the nations. Our resources are used by teachers for all age
groups, from young children to university students. During 2006/07:
— over 200,000 resources were downloaded from the BFI website by
2215 schools and colleges across the UK, reaching a potential 1.2
million pupils and students
— 2000 teachers received BFI training
— 8000 students and pupils attended education events at BFI Southbank
BFI SCR EENONLINE V IDEO R EQUESTS BY R EGION,
JA N-M A R 2008
4%
National Organisations*
10% South West
17% South
12% London
6%
East
7%
East Midands
8%
West Midlands
12% North West
* National organisations includes
those bodies with sites in more than
one region (e.g. independent schools
consortia) as well as UK-wide bodies
such as the Open University
5%
Yorkshire
2%
North
7%
Scotland
8%
Wales
2%
Northern Ireland
top to bottom : Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988); The Informer (1935); The Whales Of August (1987)
B F I A N N UA L R E V I E W 2 0 0 6 / 2 0 0 7
More than 2,200
schools and colleges
downloaded free
resources from the
BFI website during
the year
Statement of Financial
Activities (Including an Income
and Expenditure Account)
Y E A R E N DED 31 M A RC H 20 07
Restricted
£’000
2007
Total
£’000
2006
Total
£’000
16,000
–
16,000
16,000
125
4,671
4,796
5,484
Unrestricted
Note
£’000
Incoming resources
Incoming resources from generated funds
Voluntary Income
Grant-in-aid
4
Other grants, legacies and donations
Lottery awards
5
178
178
50
1,329
–
1,329
970
147
–
147
157
Lifelong learning
3,466
–
3,466
3,383
Distribution & Exhibition
8,968
–
8,968
6,931
Cinema heritage
1,380
–
1,380
1,404
52
–
52
98
31,467
4,849
36,316
34,477
653
–
653
588
Donated services
Investment income
6
Incoming resources from charitable activities
Other incoming resources
Total incoming resources
Resources expended
Costs of generating funds
Costs of generating voluntary income
Charitable activities
Lifelong learning
Distribution & Exhibition
Cinema heritage
Governance costs
Restructuring costs
Total costs of activities in furtherance of the charity’s objects
Total resources expended
7,10
Net (outgoing)/incoming resources before
other recognised gains and losses
Other recognised gains/losses
Reconciliation of funds
Total funds brought forward
Transfer from restricted to unrestricted funds
Total funds carried forward
803
9,790
9,466
1,149
15,424
13,918
8,931
740
9,671
8,004
109
–
109
97
–
–
–
343
32,955
2,692
35,647
32,416
32,955
2,692
35,647
32,416
(1,488)
2,157
669
2,061
We have
created greater
access to the
BFI online
and improved
support for
members
Actuarial gains/(losses) on defined benefit pension schemes
Net movement in funds
8,987
14,275
9
4,153
–
4,153
(2,236)
2,665
2,157
4,822
(175)
8,902
18,137
27,039
27,214
18
250
(250)
–
–
18
11,817
20,044
31,861
27,039
All gains and losses recognised in the year are included in this Statement of Financial Activities.
The accompanying notes form an integral part of this Statement of Financial Activities.
Picture: Open All Hours (1973)
38 / 39
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Consolidated and Charity
Balance Sheet
31 M A RC H 20 07
Note
Group
2007
£’000
Group
2006
£’000
Charity
2007
£’000
Charity
2006
£’000
Tangible п¬Ѓxed assets
11
50,462
46,375
50,462
46,375
Investments
12
–
–
93
94
50,462
46,375
50,555
46,469
Fixed assets:
Total п¬Ѓxed assets
Current assets:
Stocks & work in progress
13
780
558
759
541
Debtors
14
3,565
2,962
3,372
3,529
Cash at bank and in hand
4,695
5,466
4,470
5,041
Total current assets
9,040
8,986
8,601
9,111
(7,670)
(4,717)
(7,324)
(4,596)
1,370
4,269
1,277
4,515
Liabilities:
Creditors: amounts falling due within one year
15
Net current assets
Net assets excluding pension liability
Defined benefit pension scheme liability
17
Net assets including pension liability
51,832
50,644
51,832
50,984
(19,971)
(23,605)
(19,971)
(23,605)
31,861
27,039
31,861
27,379
20,044
18,137
20,044
18,137
Funds:
Restricted income funds
18
Unrestricted income funds :
Unrestricted income funds excluding pensions asset/liability
18
31,788
32,507
31,788
32,847
Pension reserve
18
(19,971)
(23,605)
(19,971)
(23,605)
11,817
8,902
11,817
9,242
31,861
27,039
31,861
27,379
Total unrestricted funds
Total funds
Please note – these accounts are unaudited
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World of Plenty
Over 2,000 screenings
took place at the BFI
on the South Bank
Picture:
Picture:
Open All
World
Hours
of Plenty
(1973)(1943)
40 / 40
We have
created greater
access to the
BFI online
and improved
support for
members
40 / 41
Appendices
The following titles were screened as part
of various seasons and retrospectives at the
BFI National Film Theatre
APRIL 2006
JACQUES R IVET TE
Duelle (1975)
Jacques Rivette – Le Veilleur (1990)
Dir. Claire Denis
Jean Renior, le Patron (1967)
L’Armour fou (1968)
Le Coup du berger (1956)
Le Regligieuse (1965)
NoroГ®t (1976)
Out One: Noli me tangere (1971)
Paris nous appartient (1961)
MODERNISM
Aelita (1924) Dir. Yakov Protazanov
An American March (1941)
Dir. Oskar Fischinger
Ballet MГ©canique (1924) Fernand LГ©ger
Birth of a robot (1936) Dir. Len Lye
Citizen Kane (1941) Dir. Orson Welles
Enthusiasm (1931) Dir. Dziga Vertov
Glumov’s Diary (1923)
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein
Hell Unltd. (1936) Dir. Helen Biggar,
Norman McLaren
Kino-Pravda (1923) Dir. Dziga Vertov
La Glace Г trois faces (1927)
Dir. Jean Epstein
La Roue (1923) Dir. Abel Gance
L’Argent (1928) Dir. Marcel L’Herbier
L’Inhumaine (1924) Dir. Marcel L’Herbier
Metropolis (1926) Dir. Fritz Lang
Modern Times (1936) Dir. Charles Chaplin
Olympia (1938) Dir. Leni Riefenstahl
Opus I (1922) Dir. Walter Ruttmann
Philips Radio (1931) Dir. Joris Ivens
Picturing a New World – An Introduction
The Crowd (1928) Dir. King Vidor
The General Line (1929)
Dir. Sergei Eisenstein
The Life and Death of 9413, a Hollywood
Extra (1927) Dir. Slavko Vorkapich
Things to Come (1936)
Dir. William Cameron Menzies
SILENT COMEDY
Among Those Present (1921)
Dir. Fred Newmeyer
Hands Up! (1926) Dir. Clarence Badger
It’s a Gift (1923) Dir. Charles Parrott
Limousine Love (1928) Dir. Fred Guiol
Smith’s Cook (1927) Dir. Alf Goulding
Stage Struck (1925) Dir. Allan Dwan)
Teddy at the Throttle (1916)
Dir. Clarence Badger
The Better’Ole (1926) Dir. Charles Riesner
The Kid Reporter (1923) Dir. Alf Goulding
AVA G A R D N E R
Bhowani Junction (1956) Dir. George Cukor
Mogambo (1953) Dir. John Ford
My Forbidden Past (1951)
Dir. Robert Stevenson
Night of the Iguana (1964) Dir. John Huston
On the Beach (1959) Dir. Stanley Kramer
Pandora (1950) Dir. Albert Lewin
Show Boat (1951) Dir. George Sidney
The Barefoot Contessa (1954)
Dir. Joseph L Mankiewicz
The Killers (1946) Dir. Robert Siodmak
The Sun Also Rises (1957) Dir. Henry King
OTHER
Antenna
Blacktronica
I:Cube live: �Planetarium’ + Nathan Fake
live: �Drowning in a Sea of Love’
Pixar Short Films – a Retrospective
with Special Guests
Projecting the Archive: The Informer
(1929) Dir. Arthur Robison
Redder Than Red (2006) Dir. Martha Cooper
Restoring Enthusiasm
The Films of Mitchell & Kenyon
The Freshest Kids (2002) Dir. Israel
M AY 2 0 0 6
JACQUES R IVET TE
CГ©line and Julie Go Boating (1974)
Haut bas fragile (1995)
Hurlevent (1985)
Jeanne la Pucelle: Les Batailles
+ Jeanne la Pucelle: Les Prisons (1994)
La Bande des quatre (1989)
La Belle noiseuse (1991)
La Belle noiseuse: Divertimento (1991)
L’Amour par terre (1984)
Le Pont du Nord (1981)
L’Histoire de Marie et Julien (2003)
Merry-Go-Round (1983)
Out 1: Spectre (1973)
Secret dГ©fense (1998)
Seminar: Jacques Rivette
Va savoir (2001)
Shane (1953) Dir. George Stevens
Short Course: Winning the Spurs
Stagecoach (1939) Dir. John Ford
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
Dir. Sergio Leone
The Last of the Mohicans (1992)
Dir. Michael Mann
The Magnificent Seven (1960)
Dir. John Sturges
The Naked Spur (1952) Dir. Anthony Mann
The New World (2005) Dir. Terrence Malick
The Searchers (1956) Dir. John Ford
The Shootist (1976) Dir. Don Siegel
The Tall T (1957) Dir. Budd Boetticher
Ulzana’s Raid (1972) Dir. Robert Aldrich
Unforgiven (1992) Dir. Clint Eastwood
SILENT COMEDY
A Pair of Tights (1928) Dir. Hal Yates
A Pastrycook’s Practical Jokes (1905)
Dir. Georges Hatot
Big Moments in Little Pictures (1924)
Dir. Jay Howe
Chase Comedy (1905) Dir. James Williamson
Debuts d’un chauffeur (1907)
Dir. Jean Durand
Exit Smiling (1926) Dir. Sam Taylor
Fatal Footsteps (1926) Dir. Charley Bowers
It (1926) Dir. Clarence Badger
It’s the Old Army Game (1926)
Dir. Edward Sutherland
Lizzies of the Filed (1924) Dir. Del Lord
Mighty Like a Moose (1926)
Dir. Leo McCarey
OnГ©sime employГ© des postes (1913)
Dir. Jean Durand
The Curtain Pole (1909) Dir. DW Griffith
Two Tars (1928) Dir. James Parrott
JOHN HOPKINS
Fable
Horror of Darkness
John Hopkins and Shirley Knight
Talking to a Stranger (1966) Dir.
Christopher Morahan
The Offence (1972) Dir. Sidney Lumet
Z Cars
CLASSIC WESTERNS
Brokeback Mountain (2005) Dir. Ang Lee
Dead Man (1996) Dir. Jim Jarmusch
Heaven’s Gate (1980) Dir. Michael Cimino
High Noon (1952) Dir. Fred Zinnemann
Johnny Guitar (1953) Dir. Nicholas Ray
Major Dundee (1964) Dir. Sam Peckinpah
McCabe and Mrs Miller (1871)
Dir. Robert Altman
Once Upon a Time in the West (1969)
Dir. Sergio Leone
Red River (1948) Dir. Howard Hawks
Rio Bravo (1959) Dir. Howard Hawks
Run of the Arrow (1957) Dir. Samuel Fuller
OTHER
Blacktronica
Bruce Lacey and the Art of
Demonstration
Educating the Next Generation II: Film
Older Women in Film
On the Outs (2004) Dir. Lori Silverbush,
Michael Skolnik
Projecting the Archive:
The Lacey Rituals (1973)
The Man Who Would be King (1975)
Dir. John Huston
JUNE 2006
ACCESS ALL AR EAS
ABBA: The Movie (1977) Dir. Lasse Hallström
Born to Boogie (1972) Dir. Ringo Starr
Elvis: That’s the Way it is (1970)
Dir. Denis Sanders
Festival (1967) Dir. Murray Lerner
Festival Express (2003) Dir. Bob Smeaton
Gimme Shelter (1972) Dir. Daid & Albert
Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin
Lilith on Top (2001) Dir. Dlynne Stopkewich
Monterey Pop (1968) Dir. DA Pennebaker
Scratch (2001) Dir. Doug Pray
Sign o’ the Times (1987) Dir. Prince
Standing in the Shadows of Motown
(2002) Dir. Paul Justman
Stop Making Sense (1984)
Dir. Jonathan Demme
The Kids are Alright (1979) Dir. Jeff Stein
The Song Remains the Same (1976)
Dir. Peter Clifton
Urgh! a Music War (1981)
Dir. Derek Burbridge
Wattstax (1973) Dir. Mel Stuart
Woodstock (1970/1995)
Dir. Michael Wadleigh
Year of the Horse (1997) Dir. Jim Jarmusch
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
(1982) Dir. DA Pennebaker
THE ROUND-UP:
RECENT WORLD CINEMA
13 Lakes (2004) Dir. James Benning
A Tale of Cinema (2005)
Dir. Hong Sang-Soo
Antares (2005) Dir. Götz Spielman
Border CafГ© (2005) Dir. Kambuzia Partovi
Buena Vida Delivery (2003)
Dir. Leonardo di Cesare
Chemins de Traverse (2004)
Dir. Manuel Poirier
Gisela (2005) Dir. Isabelle Stever
La Neuvaine (2005) Dir. Bernard Emond
Pin Boy (2004) Dir. Ana Poliak
Shooting Magpies (2005)
Dir. Amber Collective
Tenja (2004) Dir. Hassan Legzouli
The World (2004) Dir. Jia Zhangke
Workingman’s Death (2005)
Dir. Michael Glawogger
SILENT COMEDY
An Eastern Westerner (1920) Dir. Hal Roach
Big Business (1929) Dir. James Horne
Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath (1928)
Dir. Edward Cline
Liberty (1929) Dir. Leo McCarey
Saturday Afternoon (1926)
Dir. Harry Edwards
The Rag Man (1925) Dir. Edward Cline
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The Vagabond Queen (1927)
Dir. Geze von Bolvary
The Waiter’s Ball (1916)
Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
What Price Goofy? (1925)
Dir. Fred Newmeyer
50 YEARS OF THE LONDON
FILM SCHOOL
An Angel for May (1995)
Dir. Harley Cokeliss
Andrew & Jeremy Get Married (2004)
Dir. Don Boyd
At Nic’s (2005) Dir. Patricia Radoi
Bad Behaviour (1983) Dir. Les Blair
Boat People (1982) Dir. Ann Hui
Cool and Crazy (2000) Dir. Knut Erik Jensen
Dormouse (2005) Dir. Frederik Hamm
End of Season (2004) Dir. Duccio Chiarini
Hans Rausing (2003) Dir. Yael Luttwak
Heat (1995) Dir. Michael Mann
Heydar, an Afghan in Tehran (2006)
Dir. Babak Jalali
Jonah, Who Will be 25 in the Year 2000
(1976) Dir. Alain Tanner
LFS 50 ARCHIVE NIGHT
LFS 50 Debate: Rebels Without a Course?
Lobster Season (2005) Dir. Martin Strom
Meantime (1984) Dir. Mike Leigh
My Mother (2005) Dir. Svetla Tsotsorkova
Outside in (2002) Dir. Alessandro Pepe
Pressure (1975) Dir. Horace Ove
Quadrophenia (1979) Dir. Franc Roddam
Recollections of the Yellow House (1989)
Dir. Joao Cesar Monteiro
Sleep Tight My Baby (2002) Dir. Pansu Kim
Sonny and Petrulia (2004)
Dir. Karl Meidell
Standing Still (2001) Dir. Lilja Ingolfsdottir
Temporal (2006) Dir. Paz Fabrega
The Day the Sun Turned Cold (1994)
Dir. Yim Ho
Zohra (2006) Dir. Kemal Akhtar
MARTY FELDMAN
Marty + the Marty Feldman
Comedy Machine
One Pair of Eyes: Marty Feldman
+ the Marty Feldmen Comedy Machine
The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977)
Dir. Marty Feldman
The Wednesday Play: Double Bill –
The Compartment /Playmates
Young Frankenstein (1974) Dir. Mel Brooks
OTHER
Antenna
Awesome: I Fuckin’ Shot That! (2006)
Dir. Nathaniel Hornblower
BBC Springwatch: Planet Earth
Bill Douglas: Comrades (1987)
Dir. Bill Douglas
Bill Douglas: Intent on Getting the Image
(2006) Dir. Andy Kimpton-Nye
Blacktronica
Can Television Make History? –
Filming in the Corridors of Power
I’m the Angel of Death – Pusher III (2005)
Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn
Jazz, Sea Life and Man Ray:
Undercover Surrealism on Film
Marine Hugonnier: The Three Continents
Trilogy
Off the Map: Surrealism and
Ethnographic Film
Over the Hedge (2006) Dir. Tim Johnson,
Karey Kirkpatrick
Poseidon (2006) Dir. Wolfgang Petersen
Projecting the Archive: Death may be
your Santa Clause (1969) Dir. Frankie
Dymon Jr
Projecting the Archive: Voices (1968)
Dir. Richard Mordaunt
Pusher (1996) Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn
Short Course: Film Music
The Innocents (1961) Dir. Jack Clayton
The Passenger (1975) Dir. Michelangelo
Antonioni
Uncle Max at the NFT
With Blood on My Hands – Pusher II
(2004) Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn
J U LY 2 0 0 6
BER NAR D HER R MANN
All That Money Can Buy (1941)
Dir. William Dieterle
Bernard Hermann: An Introduction
Cape Fear (1961) Dir. J Lee Thompson
Citizen Kane (1941) Dir. Orson Welles
Crime Scene on Bernard Herrmann
Fahrenheit 451 (1966)
Dir. François Truffaut
Hangover Square (1945) Dir. John Brahm
It’s Alive (1974) Dir. Larry Cohen
Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
Dir. Don Chaffey
Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1959)
Dir. Henry Levin
Marnie (1964) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Mysterious Island (1961) Dir. Cy Endfield
North by Northwest (1959)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Obsession (1976) Dir. Brian de Palma
On Dangerous Ground (1951)
Dir. Nicholas Ray
Psycho (1960) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Taxi Driver (1976) Dir. Martin Scorsese
The Birds (1963) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
The Bride Wore Black (1968)
Dir. François Truffaut
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Dir. Robert Wise
The Ghost and Mrs Muir (1947)
Dir. Joseph L Mankiewicz
The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Dir. Orson Welles
The Man who knew too Much (1956)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
Dir. Nathan Juran
The Trouble with Harry (1955)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Vertigo ( 1958) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
50 YEARS OF THE LONDON
F I L M F E S T I VA L
A Face in the Crowd (1957) Dir. Elia Kazan
A Sunday Romance (1957) Dir. Imre Feher
Aparajito (1956) Dir. Satyajit Ray
Duped Till Doomsday (1956)
Dir. Kurt Jung-Alsen
Kanal (1956) Dir. Andrzej Wadja
Nights of Cabiria (1957)
Dir. Federico Fellini
Porte des Lilas (1957) Dir. RenГ© Clair
The Captain from Köpenick (1956)
Dir. Helmut Käutner
The Crimson Curtain (1952)
Dir. Alexandre Astruc
The Forty-First (1956) Dir. Grigori Chukrai
The Laplanders (1957) Dir. Per Höst
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Dir. Ingmar Bergman
Throne of Blood (1958) Dir. Akira Kurosawa
White Nights (1957) Dir. Luchino Visconti
SILENT COMEDY
Ageless Sex (1914) Dir. Harry Lambert
Daisy Doodad’s Dial (1914)
Dir. Florence Turner
Eve’s Love Letters (1927) Dir. Leo McCarey
For Heaven’s Sake (1926) Dir. Sam Taylor
Molly O’ (1921) Dir. F Richard Jones
Movie Night (1929) Dir. Lew Foster
OnГ©sime et le Coeur du Tzigane (1913)
Dir. Jean Durand
Reckless Romeo (1916)
Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
Should Men Walk Home? (1927)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Sword Points (1928) Dir. Mark Sandrich
The Patsy (1928) Dir. King Vidor
ACCESS ALL AR EAS
Breath control: The History of the Human
Beat Box (2002) Dir. Joey Garfield
Danielson: a Family Movie (2006)
Dir. JL Aronson
Dave Markey vs Sonic Youth (2005)
Dir. Dave Markey, Sonic Youth
DiG! (2004) Dir. Ondi Timoner
Domino: Worlds of Possibility – The Sequel
Education event:
Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme (2000)
Dir. Kevin Fitzgerald
Glastonbury (2006) Dir. Julien Temple
Green Man Festival 2005 (2006)
Dir. Jason Glenister
Green Man on the South Bank
Half Japanese: The Band That Would
Be King (1993) Dir. Jeff Feuerzeig
Heartworn Highways (1976)
Dir. James Szalapski
Hitmakers: The Teens Who Stole Pop
Music (2001) Dir. Morgan Neville
Hype! (1996) Dir. Doug Pray
Johnny Cash + June Carter
Kate Bush + Siouxsie and the Banshees
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (2004)
Dir. Joe Berlinger, Bruce Sinofsky
Rockumentary Britannia 2
Tennage Kicks: The Undertones (2001)
Dir. Tom Collins
The Clash: Westway to the World (2001)
Dir. Don Letts
The Decline of Western Civilisation (1981)
Dir. Penelope Spheeris
The Decline of Western Civilisation II:
The Metal Years (1988)
Dir. Penelope Spheeris
The Decline of Western Civilisation III
(1998) Dir. Penelope Spheeris
The Film and the Fury (2000)
Dir. Julien Temple
The Flaming Lips – the Fearless Freaks
(2005) Dir. Bradley Beesley
The Kinks
The Specials + the Undertones
Thrown in and Spat Out: a Selection
of Grime DVDs
Vashti Bunyan: Here Before (2006)
Dir. Keiran Evans
OTHER
60-Second Surreal
A Fistful of Dynamite + Ennio Morricone
in Conversation
Adam Adamant Lives!
Andromeda
Antenna
Armchair Theatre
Armchair Theatre:
The Leonard White Years
Armchair Theatre:
The Sydney Newman Years
Blacktronica
Brazilintime: Batucada com Discos (2006)
Dir. B+ Closing Night Event: Sigur Ros
– Live from Iceland
Friese-Greene: The Open Road
Hoodwinked (2005) Dir. Cory Edwards
Hoodwinked Workshop with
Cory Edwards
Little Fish (2005) Dir. Rowan Woods
Members’ Forum: Getting Technical
at the NFT
Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006)
Dir. Jonathan Demme
Projecting the Archive:
Seeing the World in Colour
Rebecca (1940) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Short Course: Film Music
Superman Returns (2006)
Dir. Bryan Singer
The Fallen Idol (1948) Dir. Carol Reed
AUGUST 20 06
MICHAEL MANN
Ali (2001)
Collateral (2004)
Heat (1995)
Manhunter (1986)
The Insider (1999)
The Jericho Mile (1979)
The Keep (1983)
The Last of the Mohicans (1992)
Thief (1981)
CAROL REED
A Girl Has to Live (1939)
A Letter from Home (1941)
Bank Holiday (1938)
Climbing High (1938)
It Happened in Paris (1935)
Dir. Carol Reed, Robert Wyler
Kipps (1941)
Laburnum Grove (1936)
Midshipman Easy (1935)
Night Train to Munich (1940)
Penny Paradise (1938)
Talk of the Devil (1937)
The Fallen Idol (1948)
The Girl in the News (1941)
The New Lot (1942)
The Stars Look Down (1940)
The Third Man (1949)
The True Glory (1945)
The Way Ahead (1944)
The Young Mr Pitt (1942)
ANIME
SILENT COMEDY
COI : 60TH ANNIVERSARY
Area 88: Episodes 1-4 (2005)
Dir. Isamu Imakake
Karas: The Prophecy (2005)
Dir. Keiichi Satou
Mind Game (2004) Dir. Masaaki Yuasa
Negadon: The Monster from Mars (2005)
Dir. Jun Awazu
Otakus in Love (2004) Dir. Suzuki Matsui
Patlabor: The Movie (1989)
Dir. Yuuki Masami
Pom Poko (1994) Dir. Isao Takahata
Spirited Away (2001) Dir. Hayao Miyazaki
Tetsujin 28: The Movie (2005)
Dir. Shin Togashi
The Place Promised in Our Early Days
(2004) Dir. Makoto Shinkai
Yonna in the Solitary Fortress (2005)
Dir. Kengo Takeuchi
Fatty and Mabel Adrift (1916)
Dir. Roscoe Arbuckle
Home, James (1928)
Dir. William Beaudine
Pass the Gravy (1928) Dir. Fred Guiol
Paths to Paradise (1925)
Dir. Clarence Badger
The Italian Straw Hat (1927)
Dir. RenГ© Clair
The Kid Brother (1927) Dir. Ted Wilde
COI 60 Opening Night – Charley Says
Peace and Propaganda
Projecting a Modern Britain: Dance,
Theatre, Art and Film
Your Very Good Health
Britiain on the Mend (Part One)
Britiain on the Mend (Part Two)
Projecting a Modern Britain:
The White Heat of Technology
The Best Years of Our Lives?
OTHER
50 YEARS OF THE LONDON FILM
Antenna
Betjeman – Programme One
Betjeman – Programme Two
Blacktronica
Member’s Open Forum
Oklahoma (1955) Dir. Fred Zinnemann
Projecting the Archive:
The Six Degrees of Leon Clore
The Ant Bully (2006) Dir. John a Davis
The Notorius Bettie Page (2005)
Dir. Mary Harron
The Turntable Trixters: Hijack 1986-1992
(2002) Dir. Prithnapal Napali
F E S T I VA L – T H E L O S T F I L M S
V O LV E R : C A R M E N & P E D R O
Dark Habits (1983)
Law of Desire (1987)
Matador (1986)
Pepi, Luci, Bom... (1980)
Volver (2006)
What Have I Done to Deserve This? (1984)
Women on the Verge of a Nervous
Breakdown (1988)
B E T T E D AV I S
A Stolen Life (1946) Dir. Curtis Bernhardt
All About Eve (1950)
Dir. Joseph L Mankiewicz
Cabin in the Cotton (1932)
Dir. Michael Curtiz
Dangerous (1935) Dir. Alfred E Green
Dark Victory (1939) Dir. Edmund Goulding
Fog Over Frisco (1934)
Dir. William Dieterle
Jezebel (1938) Dir. William Wyler
Marked Woman (1937) Dir. Lloyd Bacon
Mr Skeffington (1944)
Dir. Vincent Sherman
Now, Voyager (1942) Dir. Irving Rapper
Of Human Bondage (1934)
Dir. John Cromwell
Old Acquaintance (1943)
Dir. Vincent Sherman
The Great Lie (1941)
Dir. Edmund Goulding
The Letter (1940) Dir. William Wyler
The Little Foxes (1941) Dir. William Wyler
The Nanny (1965) Dir. Seth Holt
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex
(1939) Dir. Michael Curtiz
The Whales of August (1987)
Dir. Lindsay Anderson
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
Dir. Robert Aldrich
44 / 45
SEPTEMBER 2006
MEXICAN CINEMA NOW
ВЎVГЎmonos con Pancho Villa! (1935)
Dir. Fernando de Fuentes
Amores Perros (2000)
Dir. Alejandro GonzГЎlez
Canoa (1976) Dir. Felipe Cazals
Cronos (1992) Dir. Guillermo del Toro
DanzГіn (1991) Dir. MarГ­a Novaro
De la calle (2001) Dir. Gerardo Tort
El castilla de la pureza (1973)
Dir. Arturo Ripstein
El Vampiro (1957)
Dir. Fernando M+A33ndez
El Violin (2006)
Dir. Francisco Vargas Quevedo
JapГіn (2002) Dir. Carlos Reygadas
Las vueltas del citrillo (2005)
Dir. Felipe Cazals
Los Olvidados (1950) Dir. Luis BuГ±uel
Mexican Film-makers Panel Discussion
Perfume de violetas: Nadie te oye (2000)
Dir. Maryse Sistach
Pueblerina (1949) Dir. Emilio FernГЎndez
Reed: Insurgent Mexico (1971)
Dir. Paul Leduc
SalГіn MГ©xico (1949)
Dir. Emilio FernГЎndez
Temporada de patos (2004)
Dir. Fernando Eimbcke
Una de dos (2002) Dir. Marcel Sisniega
Una familia de tantas (1949)
Dir. Alejandro Galindo
All the Vermeers in New York (1990)
Dir. Jon Jost
Barrier (1966) Dir. Jerzy Skolimowski
Clean, Shaven (1994) Dir. Lodge H Kerigan
Dakota Road (1992) Dir. Nick Ward
Description of a Struggle (1960)
Dir. Chris Marker
Diary of a Lover (1977)
Dir. Sohrab Shahid Saless
Echoes of Silence (1967)
Dir. Peter Emmanuel
Erendira (1962) Dir. Ruy Guerra
High Tide (1987) Dir. Gillian Armstrong
Piravi (1988) Dir. Shaji N Karun
Pirosmani (1971) Dir. Giorgi Shengelaya
Summer Skin (1961)
Dir. Leopoldo Torre Nilsson
The Holy Innocents (1984)
Dir. Jario Camus
The Runner (1984) Dir. Amir Naderi
The Wolf Trap (1957) Dir. Jiri Weiss
Trans-Europ Express (1966)
Dir. Alain Robbe-Grillet
Un soir, un train (1969)
Dir. AndrГ© Delvaux
CAROL REED
A Kid for Two Farthings (1955)
Carol Reed: Poet of Alienation
Fellow Me! (1971)
Odd Man Out (1946)
Oliver! (1968)
Our Man in Havana (1959)
Outcast of the Islands (1951)
The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)
The Key (1958)
The Last Warrior (1970)
The Man Between (1953)
The Running Man (1963)
Trapeze (1956)
T U PA C S H A K U R
All Eyez on Me: Representing Tupac
Biggie and Tupac (2002)
Dir. Nick Broomfield
Debate: Tupac – The First Icon of Hip-Hop
Ghetto Gospel: Tupac’s Politics
Gridlock’d (1997) Dir. Vondie Curtis Hall
Juice (1992) Dir. Ernest Dickerson
Tupac Resurrection (2004)
Dir. Lauren Lazin
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (2002)
Dir. Peter Spirer
Projecting the Archive: Primitive London
(1965) Dir. Arnold L Miller
The Ant Bully 3D
The Mediatheque Presents: Programme
One (1952) Dir. Maurice Harvey
The Mediatheque Presents: Programme
Three (1951) Dir. JB Holmes, John Krish
The Mediatheque Presents: Programme
Two (1960) Dir. John Schlesinger
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
+ David Suchet in Conversation
Tous les matins du monde (1992)
Dir. Alain Corneau
HENRIK IBSEN ON TV
OCTOBER 2006
COI : 60TH ANNIVERSARY
GAEL GARCГЌA BER NAL & MEXICAN
Crime and Punishment: Part One
Crime and Punishment: Part Two
Famous Faces
Into the Jet Age: Aviation and
the Armed Forces 1949-1975
Projecting a Modern Britain:
Building a New England
Projecting a Modern Britain:
Music and Fashion
Swinging London Fashion
Warning! This Film Might be Dangerous
A Doll’s House (1992)
Dir. David Thacker
Brand (1959) Dir. Michael Elliott
Ghosts (1987) Dir. Elijah Moshinsky
Hedda Gabler (1962) Dir. Alex Segal
Hedda Gabler (1972) Dir. Waris Hussein
Littly Eyolf (1982) Dir. Mike Darlow
The Lady from the Sea (1974)
Dir. Basil Coleman
The Master Builder (1988)
Dir. Mike Darlow
The Wild Duck (1971) Dir. Alan Bridges
ROALD DAHL
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
Dir. Ken Hughes
Dahl on TV: Programme One
Dahl on TV: Programme Two
Danny the Champion of the World (1989)
Dir. Gavin Millar
James and the Giant Peach (1996)
Dir. Henry Selick
Matilda (1996) Dir. Danny de Vito
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
(1971) Dir. Mel Stuart
SILENT COMEDY
An Eastern Westerner (1920)
Dir. Hal Roach
Senorita (1927) Dir. Clarence Badger
The Cardboard Lover (1928)
Dir. Robert Z Leonard
The Strong Man (1926) Dir. Frank Capra
The Vagabond Queen (1927)
Dir. Geze von Bolvary
Tons of Money (1924) Dir. Frank H Crane
OTHER
Archive Cricket Evening
Blackfriars Bridge (1896) Dir. RW Paul
Blacktronica
Boderline (2005) Dir. Alex Chandos
Brothers of the Head (2004)
Dir. Louis Pepe, Keith Fulton
Brunius (1935) Dir. Adrian Kelin
Cinema and Northern Ireland
Deep Sea 3D (2005) Dir. Howard Hall
Hoodwinked (2005) Dir. Cory Edwards
Hoodwinked Workshop with
Cory Edwards
Jane Eyre (2006) Dir. Susanna White
Keane (2004) Dir. Lodge H Kerrigan
Kirikou and the Sorceress (1998)
Dir. Michel Ocelot
Life and Lyrics (2006) Dir. Richard Laxton
Members’ Forum: Focus on Festivals
Mon petit doigt m’a dit... (2005)
Dir. Pascal Thomas
Noise of Art Presents: Laurent Garnier
+ Finis Terrae
Oklahoma! (1955) Dir. Fred Zinnemann
CINEMA NOW
Al otro lado (2005) Dir. Natalia Almada
Amores perros (2000)
Dir. Alejandro GonzГЎlez
Bad Education (2004)
Dir. Pedro AlmodГіvar
De nadie (2005) Dir. Tin Dardamal
De tripas, corazГіn (1996)
Dir. Antonio Urrutia
El cielo dividido (2004)
Dir. JuliГЎn HernГЎndez
+ Yo tambiГ©n te quiero (2005)
El crimen del Padre Amaro (2002)
Dir. Carlos Carrera
Gael GarcГ­a Bernal and Diego Luna
in Conversation
La ultima mirada (2006)
Dir. Patricia Arriaga + Rogello (2000)
Mezcal (2004) Dir. Ignacio Ortiz +
De mesmer con amor, o te para dos (2002)
Noticias lejanas (2004) Dir. Ricardo Benet
+ El otro sueГ±o Americano (2004)
Perspectives on Mexican Cinema
The King (2005) Dir. James Marsh
The Last Post (2001) Dir. Dominic Santana
The Motorcycle Diaries (2003)
Dir. Walter Salles
Toro negro (2004) Dir. Carlos Armella,
Pedro GonzГЎlez-Rubio
TrГіpico de CГЎncer (2004)
Dir. Eugenio Polgovsky
Y tu mamГЎ tambiГ©n (2001)
Dir. Alfonso CuarГіn
CROSSING THE BRIDGE...
Ae Fond Kiss... (2004) Dir. Ken Loach
Fear Eats the Soul (1974)
Dir. Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Head-On (2003) Dir. Faith Akin
La Faute ГЎ Voltaire (2000)
Dir. Abdellatif Kechiche
My Son the Fanatic (1997)
Dir. Udayan Prasad
Yasmin (2004) Dir. Kenny Glenaan
JOSEPHINE BAKER
An jedem Finger zehn (1954)
Dir. Erik Ode (extract)
La Folie du jour (1927)
La SirГ©ne des Tropiques (1927)
Dir. Henri EtiГ©vant, Mario Nalpas
Princesse Tam Tam (1935)
Dir. Edmond T GrГ©ville
The Many Faces of Josephine
ZouZou (1934) Dir. Marc AllГ©gret
S M A L L F E E T G O FA R
Children and Cinema in Sweden
Elina – As If I Wasn’t There (2002)
Dir. Klaus Härö
Workshop: Small Films Go Far
Immediate Boarding (2003)
Dir. Ella Lemhagen
Strong as a Lion (2002)
OTHER
Another Country (1984)
Dir. Marek Kanievska
Black History Month
Citizen Video
Keane (2004) Dir. Lodge H Kerrigan
Man Push Cart (2005) Dir. Ramin Bahrani
Open Season 3D (2006)
Dir. Anthony Stacchi
Projecting the Archive:
A Matter of Public Record
RE: Transmission
Soft TV
NOVEMBER 2006
ISABELLE HUPPERT
Amateur (1994) Dir. Hal Hartley
At First Sight (1983) Dir. Kiane Kurys
Cactus (1986) Dir. Paul Cox
Clean Slate (1981) Dir. Bertrand Tavernier
Comédie de I’innocence (2000)
Dir. Raul Ruiz
Eight Women (2002) Dir. François Ozon
Gabrielle + Isabelle Huppert in
Conversation (2005) Dir. Patrice ChГ©reau
Heaven’s Gate (1980) Dir. Michael Cimino
La CГ©rГ©monie (1995) Dir. Claude Chabrol
La SГ©paration (1994)
Dir. Christian Vincent
La Vie promise (2004) Dir. Olivier Dahan
L’Inondation (1994) Dir. Igor Minayev
Loulou (1980) Dir. Maurice Pialat
Madame Bovary (1993) Dir. Claude Chabrol
Passion (1982) Dir. Jean-Luc Godard
Saint Cyr (2000) Dir. Patricia Mazuy
Sauve qui peut – la vie (Slow Motion)
(1980) Dir. Jean-Luc Godard
The Lacemaker (1977) Dir. Claude Goretta
The Piano Teacher (2001)
Dir. Michael Haneke
Une Affaire de femmes (1988)
Dir. Claude Chabrol
JOHN HUSTON
Across the Pacific (1942)
Beat the Devil (1953)
Heaven Knows, Mr Allison (1957)
In This Our Life (1942)
Key Largo (1948)
Let There be Light (1946)
Moby Dick (1956)
Moulin Rouge (1952)
Report from the Aleutians (1943)
The African Queen (1951)
The Asphalt Jungle (1950)
The Battle of San Pietro (1944)
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
The Red Badge of Courage (1951)
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1947)
We Were Strangers (1949)
Who is John Huston?
W I L D J A PA N
Branded to Kill (1967) Dir. Seijun Suzuki
Female Convict Scorpion (1972)
Dir. Shunya Ito
Funeral Parade of Roses (1969)
Dir. Toshio Matsumoto
Hausu (1977) Dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi
Jigoku (1960) Dir. Nobuo Nakagawa
Pale Flower (1964) Dir. Masahiro Shinoda
School of the Holy Beast (1974)
Dir. Norifumi Suzuki
Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter (1977)
Dir. Yasuharu Hasebe
46 / 47
Sword of Doom (1966)
Dir. Kihachi Okamoto
The Great Melee (1964) Dir. Eiichi Kudo
Yakuza Graveyard (1976)
Dir. Kenji Fukasaku
Zatoichi the Fugitive (1964)
Dir. Tokuzo Tanaka
R ESFEST 10
Best of RESFEST
By Design
Everything Under the Sun:
Film-making with a Purpose
Fear and Trembling:
The Dark Side of Film-making
Radiohead
Unsung Heroes:
Treasures from the Vaults
OTHER
A Gallop Through the Archives
Antennaversary!
Blacktronica
Bugsy Malone (1976) Dir. Alan Parker
Flushed Away (2006)
Dir. David Bowers, Sam Fell
Gillian Wearing: Family History
Members’ Social
Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
Dir. Guillermo del Toro
Projecting the Archive:
Mancunian Films
Scored!
Swashbucklers, Saints and Spacemen:
Lew Grade’s ITC
Women and Silent Britiain
DECEMBER 2006
JOHN HUSTON
A Walk with Love and Death (1969)
Annie (1982)
Escape to Victory (1981)
Fat City (1972)
Freud: The Secret Passion (1962)
John Huston and the Dubliners (1987)
Dir. Lilyan Sievernich
Phobia (1980)
Prizzi’s Honor (1985)
Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)
Sinful Davey (1968)
The Barbarian and the Geisha (1958)
The Bible... in the Beginning (1966)
The Dead (1987)
The Kremlin Letter (1970)
The Life and Times of
Judge Roy Bean (1972)
The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
The Mackintosh Man (1973)
The Man Who Would be King (1975)
The Misfits (1961)
The Night of the Iguana (1964)
The Roots of Heaven (1958)
The Unforgiven (1960)
Under the Volcano (1984)
Wise Blood (1979)
SOMEWHERE...
A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)
Dir. Kim Ji-Woon
A Very Long Engagement (2004)
Dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Alice (1988) Dir. Jan Svankmajer
Brazil (1985) Dir. Terry Gilliam
Daydreams (1923)
Dir. Buster Keaton, Eddie Cline
Mulholland Dr. (2001) Dir. David Lynch
Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
Dir. Guillermo del Torro
Pleasantville (1998) Dir. Gary Ross
Return to Oz (1985) Dir. Walter Murch
Sherlock Jr (1923) Dir. Buster Keaton,
Eddie Cline
Solaris (1972) Dir. Andrei Tarkovsky
Spider (2002) Dir. David Cronnenberg
The 5000 Fingers of Dr T (1953)
Dir. Roy Rowland
The Company of Wolves (1984)
Dir. Neil Jordan
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947)
Dir. Norman Z McLeod
The Wizard of Oz (1939) Dir. Victor Fleming
Time Bandits (1981) Dir. Terry Gilliam
Zelig (1983) Dir. Woody Allen
Tales of Mystery and Laudanum
A Terribly Strange Bed (1974)
Dir. Alan Cooke
Edgar Allan Poe (1966) Dir. Kim Mills
Sheridan Le Fanu & HG Wells (1968)
Dir. Alan Cooke
The Dark Angel (1989) Dir. Peter Hammond
The Imp of the Perverse (1975)
Dir. James Ormerod
The Moonstone (1959) Dir. Shaun Sutton
The Red Room (1980)
Prod. Angela Beeching
The Tell-Tale Heart (1991)
Dir. John Carlaw
The Women in White (1997)
Dir. Tim Fywell
The Wyvern Mystery (2000)
Dir. Alex Pillai
Wilkie Collins (1957) Dir. Herbert Wise
LOUISE BROOKS
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
Dir. Howard Hawks
Beggars of Life (1928)
Dir. William a Wellman
Diary of a Lost Girl (1929) Dir. GW Pabst
It’s the Old Army Game (1926)
Dir. a Edward Sutherland
Love �Em and Leave �Em (1926)
Dir. Frank Tuttle
Overland Stage Raiders (1938
Dir. George Sherman
Pandora’s Box (1928) Dir. GW Pabst
Prix de BeautГ© (1930) Dir. Augusto Genina
The Show Off (1926) Dir. Malcolm St Clair
The Street of Forgotten Men (1925)
Dir. Herbert Brenon
Windy Riley Goes to Hollywood (1931)
Dir. Roscoe �Fatty’ Arbuckle
OTHER
Belle de Jour (1967) Dir. Luis BuГ±uel
Blacktronica
Blacktronica: Afro-Punk (2003)
Dir. James Spooner
Missing Believed Wiped 2006:
Comedy Plus
Missing Believed Wiped 2006:
Nuclear Threats
Projecting the Archive:
At Last the 1906 Show
Ruby in the Smoke (2006)
Dir. Brian Percival
Stories from the Field: United Nations
Documentary Film Festival – Session I
Stories from the Field: United Nations
Documentary Film Festival – Session II
Stories from the Field: United Nations
Documentary Film Festival – Session III
Stories from the Field: United Nations
Documentary Film Festival – Session IV
The Terminator (1984) Dir. James Cameron
JANUARY 20 07
LUIS BUГ‘UEL
A Women Without Love (1951)
Arena: The Life and Times of Don Luis
BuГ±uel (1984) Dir. Anthony Wall
Belle de Jour (1967)
Cela s’appelle l’aurore (1955)
Daughter of Deceit (1951)
El (1952)
El Bruto (1952)
Gran Casino (1946)
La Mort en ce jardin (1956)
L’Age d’or (1930)
Land without Bread (1933)
Mexican Bus Ride (1951)
Runaway Streetcar (1953)
Simon of the Desert (1955)
Susana (1950)
The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1952)
The Criminal Life of Archibaldo
de la Cruz (1955)
The Great Madcap (1949)
The River and Death (1954)
Un chien andalou (1929)
Wuthering Heights (1953)
NORMAN MCLAREN
Beginnings (1933-1940)
Creative Process: Norman McLaren (1990)
Dir. Donald McWilliams
Cut-Outs (1944-1978)
Painting with Light (1947-1955)
Surrealism (1946-1959)
The Art of Motion (1949-1959)
The Best of Norman McLaren (1940-1968)
The Dancer (1942-1968)
The Musician Animator (1949-1971)
War and Peace (1938-1952)
HUMPHREY BOGART
Action in the North Atlantic (1943)
Dir. Lloyd Bacon
Black Legion (1937) Dir. Archie Mayo
Casablanca (1942) Dir. Michael Curtiz
Dead End (1937) Dir. William Wyler
High Sierra (1941) Dir. Raoul Walsh
In a Lonely Place (1950) Dir. Nicholas Ray
Sahara (1943) Dir. Zoltan Korda
Stand-In (1937) Dir. Tay Garnett
The Caine Mutiny (1954)
Dir. Edward Dmytryk
The Desperate Hours (1955)
Dir. William Wyler
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Dir. John Huston
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
Dir. John Huston
BOGART & BACALL
Dark Passage (1947) Dir. Delmer Daves
Key Largo (1948) Dir. John Huston
The Big Sleep (1946) Dir. Howard Hawks
The Big Sleep (unreleased version) (1945)
Dir. Howard Hawks
To Have and Have Not (1944)
Dir. Howard Hawks
L AUR EN BACALL
Designing Women (1957)
Dir. Vincente Minnelli
Dogville (2003) Dir. Lars von Trier
Harper (1966) Dir. Jack Smight
Northwest Frontier (1958)
Dir. J Lee Thompson
The Cobweb (1955) Dir. Vincente Minnelli
The Shootist (1976) Dir. Don Siegel
Written on the Wind (1956)
Dir. Douglad Sirk
Young Man with a Horn (1950)
Dir. Michael Curtiz
Q U O TA Q U I C K I E S
The Tenth Man (1936)
Dir. Brian Desmond Hurst
The Tell-Tale Heart (1934)
Dir. Brian Desmond Hurst
The Water Gipsies (1932)
Dir. Maurice Elvey
Doss House (1933) Dir. John Baxter
Calling All Stars (1937) Dir. Herbert Smith
Strip! Strip! Horray!!! (1932)
Dir. Norman Lee
Tiger Bay (1933) Dir. J Elder Willis
The Impassive Footman (1932)
Dir. Basil Dean
OTHER
BBC FOUR World Cinema Award
Black Book (2006) Dir. Paul Verhoeven
Blacktronica
Dreamgirls (2006) Dir. Bill Condon
For Goodis’ Sake
Green Wing: Behind the Screen(s)
Play (2005) Dir. Alicia Scherson
Projecting the Archive: It’s All Mine
(60th Anniversary of the Nationalisaiton
of the Coal Industry)
FEBRUARY 20 07
Out of the Shadows:
50 Cinematic Masterpieces
A Colour Box (1935) Dir. Len Lye
A Trip to the Moon (1902)
Dir. Georges MГ©liГЁs
Blow Job (1963) Dir. Andy Warhol
Charulata (1964) Dir. Satyajit Ray
Dr Mabuse the Gambler (1922)
Dir. Fritz Lang
Duck Amuck (1953) Dir. Chuck Jones
Greed (1924) Dir. Erich von Stroheim
His Girl Friday (1940) Dir. Howard Hawks
La JetГ©e (1962) Dir. Chris Marker
L’Arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat
(1895) Dir. Louis & Auguste LumiГЁre
L’Atalante (1934) Dir. Jean Vigo
Le MГ©pris (1963) Dir. Jean-Luc Godard
Listen to Britain (1942)
Dir. Humphrey Jennings
& Stewart McAllister
Madame de... (1953) Dir. Max Ophuls
Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)
Dir. Maya Deren & Alexander Hammid
Ordet (1954) Dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer
Our Hospitality (1923)
Dir. John G Blystone & Buster Keaton
Psycho (1961) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Scorpio Rising (1963) Dir. Kenneth Anger
Shadows (1959) Dir. John Cassavetes
Tale of the Late Chrysanthemums (1939)
Dir. Kenji Mizoguchi
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
Dir. Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger
The Lusty Men (1952) Dir. Nicolas Ray
The Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
Dir. Dziga Vertov
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)
Dir. Jacques Demy
Tokyo Story (1953) Dir. Yasujiro Ozu
Un chien andalou (1929) Dir. Louis BuГ±uel
Une partie de campagne (1936)
Dir. Jean Renior
Voyage to Italy (1953)
Dir. Roberto Rossellini
Diary of a Chambermaid (1963)
Los Olvidados (1950)
Nazarin (1958)
Republic of Sin (1959)
That Obscure Object of Desire (1977)
The Discreet Charm of
the Bourgeoisie (1972)
The Exterminating Angel (1962)
The Milky Way (1969)
The Phantom of Liberty (1974)
The Young One (1960)
Tristana (1970)
Viridiana (1961)
Blacktronica
Carol Morley: The Film-making Years
Charlotte’s Web (2006) Dir. Gary Winick
Cinema-going on Film
Coming up Roses
Eat Our Shortz!: Lodz Profile
Great Expectations (1946)
Dir. David Lean
Hot Fuzz (2007) Dir. Edgar Wright
Offshore (Gallivant)
Play (2005) Dir. Alicia Scherson
Projecting the Archive:
Charlie Chaplin Keystone Restorations
Special preview: 21st London Lesbian
& Gay Film Festival
The Costume Interpreter:
Dressing for the Oscars
The Flipside: Live it up (1963)
Dir. Lance Comfort
TROY KENNEDY MARTIN
0 1-11 M A R C H 2 0 0 7
Chase (1964) Dir. Michael Elster
Colditz (1974) Dir. Ken Hannam
Diary of a Young Man (episode 1)
(1964) Dir. Ken Loach
Diary of a Young Man (episodes 5 & 6)
(1964) Dir. Ken Loach
Edge of Darkness (1985)
Dir. Martin Campbell
Fall of Eagles: The Appointment
(1974) Dir. David Cunliffe
Kelly’s Heroes (1970) Dir. Brian G Hutton
Out of the Unknown:
The Midas Plague (1965) Dir. Peter Sasdy
Reilly – Ace of Spies: The Visiting Fireman
(1983) Dir. Martin Campbell
The Cutting Room: Troy Kennedy
Martin’s Phantom Filmography
The Italian Job (1969) Dir. Peter Collinson
The Man Without Papers
(extract) (1965) Dir. Peter Duguid
The Sweeney: Night Out
(1975) Dir. David Wickes
Z Cars (1962) Dir. John McGrath
OUT OF THE SHADOWS :
LUIS BUГ‘UEL
J E S S I E M AT T H E W S
Candles at Nine (1944) Dir. John Harlow
Evergreen (1934) Dir. Victor Saville
Evergreen (trailer) (1934)
First a Girl (1935) Dir. Victor Saville
Friday the Thirteenth (1933)
Dir. Victor Saville
It’s Love Again (1936) Dir. Victor Saville
Jessie Matthews on TV
Sailing Along (1938) Dir. Sonnie Hale
The Good Companions (1933)
Dir. Victor Saville
There Goes the Bride (1932)
Dir. Albert de Courville
There Goes the Bride (trailer) (1932)
Tom Thumb (1958) Dir. George Pal
Victory Wedding (1944)
Dir. Jessie Matthews
OTHER
S H A N G H A I A N I M AT I O N
Lotus Lantern (1999) Dir. Chang Guangxi
Secrets of the Heavenly Book (1983)
Dir. Wang Shuchen & Qian Wenda
Shorts Programme One
Shorts Programme Three
(Suitable for Younger Audiences)
Shorts Programme Two
OTHER
Animation Workshop
Arena: The Strange Story of joe Meek
(1991) Dir. Alan Lewens
Beautiful South: Session One
Beautiful South: Session Two
Bird (1988) Dir. Clint Eastwood
48 / 49
5 0 C I N E M AT I C M A S T E R P I E C E S
Antonio das Mortes (1969)
Dir. Glauber Rocha
Au hasard, Balthazar (1966)
Dir. Robert Bresson
Land of Silence and Darkness (1971)
Dir. Werner Herzog
My Night With Maud (1969)
Dir. Eric Rohmer
Persona (1966) Dir. Ingmar Bergman
Wavelength (1967) Dir. Michael Snow
Xala ( 1974) Dir. Ousmane Sembene
Zorns Lemma (1970)
Dir. Hollis Frampton
PETER WHITEHEAD
Benefit of the Doubt (1967)
Daddy (1972) Dir. Peter Whitehead
& Niki de St Phalle
Fire in the Water (1977)
In the Beginning Was the Image (2006)
Led Zeppelin: Live at the
Royal Albert Hall (1970)
Music Promos
Nothing to Do With Me (1968)
Perception of Life (1964)
Peter Whitehead in Conversation
Pink Floyd: Live in London 1966-67 (1967)
The Fall (1969)
Tonite Let’s All Make Love
in London (1967)
Wholly Communion (1965)
Work in Progress: Pete Doherty
and The Libertines
Birds Eye View Film Festival Opening
Night: International Women’s Day Gala
Los Olvidados (1950) Dir. Luis BuГ±uel
South Pacific (1958) Dir. Joshua Logan
The Flipside: Great Snakes, Snowy!
It’s Tintin Night
Titles released by the BFI on DVD
during the year
Day of Wrath (1943)
Dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer/Denmark
Gertrud (1964)
Dir. Carl Theodor Dreyer/ Denmark
Night of Truth (2004) Dir. Fanta RГ©gina
Nacro/France, Burkino Faso
Silent Waters (2003) Dir. Sabiha Sumar/
Pakistan, France, Germany, Finland,
Switzerland)
British Artists’ Films: Chris Welsby
(1972-2005) Dir. Chris Welsby/UK
The Cinematic Works (1993-2002)
Dir. Eija-Liisa Ahtila/Finland
The Lost World of Friese-Greene (2006) UK
Running a Railway – The British
Transport Films Collection Volume 3
(1952-1975)
Dir. Various/UK
Silent Britain (2006) UK
Woman of the Dunes (1964)
Dir. Hiroshi Teshigahara/Japan
Dreams that Money can Buy (1946)
Dir. Hans Richter/US
The River (1951) Dir. Jean Renoir/France,
US, India
Dickens Before Sound (1901-1922)
Dir. Various/UK, US
Before the Nickelodeon (1982)
Dir. Charles Musser/US
Paris nous appartient (1961)
Dir. Jacques Rivette/France
CГ©line and Julie Go Boating (1974)
Dir. Jacques Rivett/France
Quay Brothers: The Short п¬Ѓlms
1979-2003/UK
R W Paul The Collected Films
1895-1908/UK
Reshaping British Railways – The British
Transport Films Collection Volume 4
(1951-1978) Dir. Various/UK
L’Armée des ombres (Army in the
Shadows) (1969) Dir. Jean-Pierre Melville/
France, Italy
The Innocents (1961) Dir. Jack Clayton/UK
Caravaggio (1986) Dir. Derek Jarman/UK
Wittgenstein (1993) Dir. Derek Jarman/UK
The Angelic Conversation (1985)
Dir. Derek Jarman/ UK
Pink Narcissus (1971)
Dir. James Bidgood/US
Book titles published
by the BFI during the year
TELEVISION & MEDIA
Tele-visions: An Introduction to Studying
Television – Glen Creeber
Television Industries – Douglas Gomery
and Luke Hockley
Global Television Marketplace –
Timothy Havens
WORLD CINEMA
Theorising National Cinema –
Valentina Vitali and Paul Willemen
FILMMAKERS
David Lynch (2nd edition) – Michel Chion
BFI FILM CLASSICS
Los Olividados – Mark Pollizzotti
Modern Times – Joan Mellen
100 Westerns – Ed Buscombe
US & CANADIAN CINEMA
Journeys of Desire: European Actors
in Hollywood – Alastair Phillips and
Ginette Vincendeau
Hollywood: Politics and Society –
Mark Wheeler
BRITISH/IRISH FILM & TV
Cinema and Northern Ireland – John Hill
Directors in British and Irish Cinema:
A Reference Companion. Edited by
Robert Murphy
Electric Edwardians: The Story of the
Mitchell & Kenyon Collection –
Vanessa Toulmin
Quota Quickies: The Birth of the British
�B’ Film – Steve Chibnall
BFI MODERN CLASSICS
Distant Voices, Still Lives – Paul Farley
FILM POSTER ART
British Film Posters: An Illustrated
History – Sim Branaghan. Edited by
Steve Chibnall
BFI SCREEN GUIDES
100 Videogames – James Newman
and Iain Simons
BFI TV CLASSICS
The Singing Detective – Glen Creeber
ARTISTS’ FILM & VIDEO
A History of Artists’ Film and Video
in Britain – David Curtis
Titles from The Times
BFI 50th London Film Festival
1:1(One to One)
12:08 East of Bucharest
37 Uses For a Dead Sheep
Across the Valley
Adjustment
After the Wedding
Aguaviva
Almost Adult
Along the Ridge
And We All Shine On
Anger Me
Angosto
L’Aria Salata
The Aroma of Tea
As the Shadow
August Days
Aurore
Azan – a Call to Prayer
Babel
Babooska
Bamako
Bandits of Orgosolo
Barakat!
Bawke
Bent Double
Best Mates
The Bet Collector
Beyond Hatred
Big Bang Love, Juvenile A
The Big Combo
The Big Country
A Bite of Love
Black Book
Black Dog
Black Gold
Blackberries
Blah Blah Blah
Blindsight
Blocking
Blood and Chips
The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros
Bobby
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America
For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of
Kazakhstan
Born and Bred
The Boss of it All
The Bothersome Man
Bowl Cut
Bows and Arrows
Bro9
Breaking and Entering
The Bridge
Broadcast 23
Buenos Aires 1977
Bug
Bugcrush
The Caiman
Candy
Care
Catch a Fire
Changes
Chicken Soup
Climates
Close & Low
Close to Home
The Clown Children
Colossal Youth
A Comedy of Power
Container
Contemplating the City
Cosa Raccomanda Lei?
The Counter Girl Trilogy
Cubs
Dans Paris
Dark Blue Almost Black
The Dawn Chorus
The Day I Died
A Day in Barbagia
Day Night Day Night
Days of Glory
Deadly Tantrum
Death of the Revolution
Demented
The Devil’s Helper
The Dinner
Distant Voices, Still Lives
Dixie Chicks: Shut up and Sing
The Dog Pound
Dollhouse
Dombivli Fast
Dr Strangelove: Or, How I Learned
to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Drama/Mex
Dreaming of Fish
Dreams and Desires: Family Ties
Dry Season
East Side Story
Easter in Sicily
Esmas Secret (Grbavica)
Explosions
Falling
The Family Friend
Fast Food Nation
Fimfarum 2
Fireworks
Fireworks Wednesday
Fishing Boats
Flanders
For Your Consideration
The Forbidden
Forest Murmurs
The Forgotten
Fräulein
Free Floating
Fresh Air
Freya (3)
Gafla
The Gang’s All Here
Gardens in Autumn
Ghosts
Glue
The Go Master
Goggles
Going Home
Golden Parable
A Grave-keeper’s Tale
The Grinding Machine
Great Expectations
Griffith at the Front
The Ground Truth: After the Killing Ends
Half Nelson
Hana
The Handyman
Heart Beating in the Dark (1982)
Heart Beating in the Dark (2005)
Hearts of the World
Heavy (Road Movie)
Heavy Metal Drummer
Hollywoodland
The Holy Mountain
Hombre Kabuki
Honour of the Knights (Quixotic)
I Don’t want to Sleep Alone
In the Pit
Infamous
Interstellar Stella
Invisible Waves
The Island
Islands of Fire
Jack Smith and the Destruction
of Atlantis
Jonestown: The Life and Death
Of Peoples Temple
The Journals of Knud Rasmussen
Journey
Julie – a Love Story
Just Like That
Kabul Express
King and the Clown
The Kiss
50 / 51
Kolkata
Kristall
Krypton is Doomed
Kubuku Rides
Kustom Kar Kommandos
The Last Circus
The Last Communist
The Last King of Scotland
Let There be Whistleblowers
Lighten Up
Lights in the Dusk
The Lineup
Little Children
Little Lise
Little Princess
Sandra Gibson
The Lives of Others
The Lives of the Saints
Lola
Longing
A Look at Cook
The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar
Love Story
Lucy
Live Performance
Lunacy
Lure
The Man Who Wanted a Child
Mash Up
The Masseur
Masterclasses
Meanwhile
The Messenger
A Midwinter Night’s Dream
Minor Revelations
Mischief Night
The Missing Star
Monkeys in Winter
Mother
Mould
Mr Schwartz, Mr Hazen & Mr Horlocker
Muriel’s Song
The Namesake
Nature’s Way
Never An Absolution
Never Like the First Time!
No. 2
Norabbits’ Minutes’ – Episode 1
Norabbits’ Minutes’ – Episode 2
Norabbits’ Minutes’ – Episode 3
Not Here to be Loved
Ode to Joy
Of Mice and Men
Offscreen
Old Joy
Oliver Twist
Olympics Track and Field
One Way Boogie Woogie/27 Years Later
Opera Jawa
The Other Side
Our Daily Bread
Our Man in Nirvana
Ousmane
Peasants of the Sea
Percy, Buffalo Bill & I
Pink Christmas
Premonition
Primo Levi’s Journey
Princess
Printed Rainbow
Proprio Aperto
Rabbit Stories
Rabbits and Bears
Rabbit’s Moon
Red Road
Reprise
Requiem
The Rhythm of Youth
Roberto the Insect Architect
Romanzo Criminale
Rough Winds
Running Stumbled
The Runt
Same Day Nice Biscotts
Samoure
Scooter Girls
Scorpio Rising
Scott Walker: 30 Century Man
Sexy Thing
Shadow of the Hatchet Man
The Shepherds of Orgosolo
Shortbus
The Sickie
The Signs
Silence is Golden
The Singer
Sketches of Frank Gehry
Sleeping Dogs Lie
Slumming
Small Engine Repair
Smoked Away
Sniffer
A Soap
Son of Man
Song and Solitude
Star Appeal
Stars
Stolen Holidays
Stranger Than Fiction
Sulphur Mine
Surfacing
Sweet Nightingale
Syndromes and a Century
Taking Father Home
Taxidermia
Tell it to the Fishes
Ten Canoes
There’s a Flower in My Pedal
Thin
This is England
This is My Land
The Three Musketeers
Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before
Christmas 3D
Time Froze
The Time of the Swordfish
Times and Winds
Tol’able David
The Tower of Silence
Transaction
The Travel Journal of a River Crab
Truant
Tune In
The Ugly Swans
Unfinished Passages
United We Stand
Untitled (For David Gatten)
The US Vs John Lennon
Venus
Vierka Or the Mystery of Family B’s
Disappearance
Views of a Retired Night Porter
A Walk in the Sun
Walkman
War and Peas
We are the Faithful
We Believe in Happy Endings
The Wedding Director
What a Wonderful World
Where Fig Trees Grow
Who Loves the Sun
Wild Tigers I Have Known
Winky’s Horse
Withered in a Blooming Season
The Yacoubian Building
The Year After
You Made Me Love You
Zuly
Titles from the 21st London Lesbian
& Gay Film Festival
04:30
8 Women
Accident & Emergency
All is Full of Love
All Male Mash Up
Amnesia – The James Brighton Enigma 11
Arcade Trade
Ass as /You are Fucking Hardcore
At 13
Available Men
BD Women
Bermondsey
Beyond Hatred
A Bigger Splash
Black Beulahs
Blonde Cobra
The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros
Blueprint
Boy I Am
Breakfast on Pluto
Breeze Anstey
Broken Sky
The Bubble
Bugcrush
Coffee Date
Coif
Combat
Communicator
The Conception
The Connoisseur
Container
Conundrum Clinique
Crazy Boys
Cruel and Unusual
Cut Sleeve Boys
Dames
Daughters of Chiquita
The Day I Died
Daydreams from a Crosstown Bus
Debris
Deep Yoga
A Dirndle, a Poodle – A Trauma
Dirty Laundry
Disheveled Destiny
The DL Chronicles
Dog Eat Dog
Double Exposure
Downtown
Dracula: Pages From a Virgin’s Diary
Eargasm
Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds
Echo Park LA
Emerge
Encounter
Espresso
Every Wandering Cloud
Fake Blood
Fascination
Fat Girls
Fem
Find the Freak
Fine and Dandy
Fire Island Kids
First Date
First Flush
Fish Under Delancy
Fix It
Flaming Creatures
Flaming Creatures (Blind remake)
Follow My Voice:
With the Music of Hedwig
FtF: Female to Femme
Furniture Porn
Girl
Glue
Gueule de Princesse
Hallelujah
Happy Hookers
Hard Hat Required
He Poos Clouds
High Heels on Wheels
Hineini: Coming out in a Jewish High
School
His Name is Cosmo
Hitchcocked
Hope There’s Someone
Hot Pants
How Do I Look
Howie
I Believe in the Good Life
I Don’t Feel Like Dancing
I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
I Want to be a Secretary
Infamous
(In)visible Years
It Ain’t Natural
Itty Bitty Titty Committee
Jack Smith and the Destruction
Of Atlantis
Jean Genet in Chicago
Keep on Livin’
Krudas
Lady of Burlesque (aka Striptease Lady)
The Last of the Crazy People
Le Lit FroissГ©
Le Weekend (Made in Britain)
Legacy
Lesbian Civilisation
Little Mary
Live Bird Action!
Look Us in the Eye:
The Old Women’s Project
Looking For Cheyenne
Love of the Clown
Love Sick
Love Struck
Lovers & Crypts
Lulu Gets a Facelift
Maggots and Men
Mavamba
Mavin Khoo
Me
Meeting of Two Queens
Mirror Mirror
Miss Popularity
Missing
Mister Nude Punk America
Modern Day Arranged Marriage
Mumbo Jumbo
My Crazy Life
Nelson and Christina
Nina’s Heavenly Delights
No Magic Bullet
No Regret
Noahs Arc
Not Waving, Drowning
Octopusalarm
Odile...
Oh Happy Day
Only Connect
OrphГ©e
The Other Woman
Outland
Paradise Lost
Paris, I Love You Too
Pass This On
Patterns 1
Patterns 2
Patterns 3
A Peek Behind the Boerewors Curtain
Peking Turkey
The Perfect Ones
Performance/Mle Violette et Mr HuГ®tre
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Pink Butterflies
Pink Narcissus
Pissies Not Sissies
Pleasure Zone
Polari Youth
Politics of the Heart
Porn-Proof
Private Life
Prometheus
Promofunk
Puccini For Beginners
The Railroad All-Stars
Rainbow’s End
Red Doors
Red/Blue
Ring of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story
Running with Scissors
Sackville I’m Yours
Scarred
Second Coming
Shabnam Mousi
Shadows choose their Horrors
She Kills He
Shortbus
Sister Satan
Slow
Small Town Gay Bar
A Soap
Solid Gold
Something Like That
Sonja
Sparkle
Special Friendships
Standing in the Way of Control
Still
Sugar Baby Love
Summer
A Summer Day
Suspenders
Technology/Transformation:
Wonder Woman
Testify
Texticulos De Mary and Other Stories
The Passionate Spectator
Tick Tock Lullaby
Tuli
Two Homelands: Cuba and the Night
Two Nights
Underground
V.O.
52 / 53
Vampire Diary
A Very Natural Thing
VGL-Hung!
Vibracall
Vidrar Vel Til LoftГЎrГЎsa
We Belong
What’s up Adam?
Where we Began
Why we Sing!
Wild Tigers I Have Known
Wingtips
With You!
Women on the Verge of a Nervous
Breakdown
A Year Without Love
An example of the many п¬Ѓlm titles held
in the BFI National Archive that were
requested for theatrical and non-theatrical
screenings during the year
2 Or 3 Things I Know About Her
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema
8 1/2
13 Tzameti
23
25 Years of British Films
36
39 Steps, The
84 Charing Cross Road
400 Blows, The
2010
2046
5000 Fingers of Dr. T, The
7th Voyage of Sinbad, The
42nd Street
49th Parallel
A is For Autism
ABC Africa
Abfahrt Bei Wallon
Acceptable Levels
Accident
Act of God Some Lightning Experience
Action in the North Atlantic
Actor’s Revenge
Adventures of Prince Achmed
Adventures of Robin Hood
Adventures of the Son of the Exploding
Sausage
Advise and Consent
Aelita: Queen of Mars
Affliction
African Queen, The
Afterlife
L’Âge d’or
Alfie
Alfreton Carnival
Ali Baba Bunny
Ali Baba et les quarante voleurs
Alice
Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
Alice in the Cities
Alice in Wonderland (1903)
Alice in Wonderland (1949)
Alien 3
All Quiet on the Western Front
All That Jazz
All That Money Can Buy
Alley Cats, The
Allo, Allo
Alphaville
Am I Beautiful
Amarcord
Amateur
Amelia and the Angel
American Boy
American Splendor
Amleto (1910)
Amleto (1917)
Amores Perros
An Airman’s Letter to His Mother
An American in Paris
An American Werewolf in London
An Englishman Abroad
Anatomy of a Murder
Anchor’s Aweigh
Andrei Rublev
Anemic Cinema
Angel Face
Angelic Conversation, The
Angels With Dirty Faces
Anna Karenina
Annie
Annie Hall
Another Country
Another Time Another Place
Antibodies
Antidote, The
Antonio Das Mortes
Aparajito
Apocalypse Now
L’Appartement
Apple
Aprile
Apu Trilogy
Arabian Nights
Arakimentari
Architectural Millinery
L’Argent
Aria
Ariel
L’Arrivée d’un train à La Ciotat
Army in the Shadows
Arsenal Stadium Mystery, The
Arsenic and Old Lace
Art of Lotte Reiniger, The
As Seen through a Telescope
As You Like It
Ashes and Diamonds
Ashik Kerib
Asparagus
Asphalt
Asphalt Jungle
L’Assassinat du duc de Guise
Asterix and Cleopatra
Asterix and the Big Fight
Asterix the Gaul
At Land
L’Atalante
Atomic CafГ©
Attack on Zeebrigge
Attention Weightlessness
Au bagne
Au hasard Balthasar
Au pays des singes et des serpents
Audition
Auntie Mame
Autumn Sonata
L’Avventura
Aventure malgache
Baadasssss!
Baby
Baby Face Nelson
Babylon
Bacall to Arms
Bach and Broccoli
Bad and the Beautiful, The
Bad Luck Blackie
Bad Sleep Well
Bad Timing
Badger’s Green
Baldwin’s Nigger
Ballet mГ©canique
Ballets russes
Balzac et la petite tailleuse chinoise
Band Wagon
Bande Г part
Bank
Bank Burglar’s Fate, The
Battle of Algiers, The
Battle Royale
Battle of San Pietro, The
Battleship Potemkin, The
Battling Bruisers
Bearbeitung Der Wolle
Beat Girl
Beat That My Heart Skipped, The
Beau travail
Begone Dull Care
Beloved Vagabond, The
Beijing Bicycle
La Belle et la bГЄte
La Belle noiseuse
Belleville Rendez-Vous
Bells are Ringing
Bells Go Down
Bergen Fishmarket
Berlin – Symphony of a City
Beryl Korot
Best Intentions
La BГЄte
Between Two Worlds
Beurre en Normandie
Beyond the Sound Barrier
Bible, The
Bicycle Thief, The
Big Business
Big Heat
Big Shave
Big Sleep, The
Big Snit, The
Big Steal, The
Big Swallow, The
A Bigger Splash
Bigger Than Life
Billy Liar
Birmingham Cities of Britain No 3
Birth of a Nation, The
Birth of the Robot, The
Birthday Party, The
Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, The
Bizalom
Black and White
Black Cat/White Cat
Black Jack
Black Joy
Black Narcissus
Black Orpheus
Blackboards
Blackfriars Bridge
Blackguard, The
Blackmail
Blarney
Bleak Moments
Blind Chance
Blinkity Blank
Blithe Spirit
Blonde in Love
Blood and Bosh
Blood of a Poet
Blood on the Moon
Blow Up
Blue Angel
Blue Black Permanent
Blue Light
Blue Pullman
Bluebeard’s Castle
Bluebottles
Blues Brothers, The
Bob le flambeur
Body Beautiful
Body Snatcher
Boogie Doodle
Borum sarret
Boucher
Boxcar Bertha
Boy and Bicycle
Boy Friend
A Boy, a Girl and a Bike
Boy on a Bicycle
Boy Who Turned Yellow, The
Brainstorm
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Brewster McCloud
Brief City
Brief Encounter
Bridegroom, the Comedian and the Pimp,
The
Brigadoon
Brighton Rock
Bringing up Baby
Britannia Hospital
British Policeman
Broken Blossoms
Bronx Morning
Brothers
Brothers, The
Bryssel
Buddy Buddy
Bully For Bugs
Burden of Dreams
Burning
Burning An Illusion
Bush Mama
Butterfield 8
C.O.D.: a Mellow Drama
C.R.A.Z.Y.
Cabaret
Cabin in the Sky
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The
Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer, The
Calanda
Calander
Calling All Stars
Camera Buff
Camera d’Afrique
Camera Makes Whoopee
Cameraman, The
Camille
Campfire
Canal Life of St Omer
Canterbury Cathedral
A Canterbury Tale
Capricious Summer
Captain Blood
Caravaggio
Cardinal, The
Caretaker, The
Carmen Jones
Carnival of Souls
Carry Greenham Home
Case of the Stuttering Pig, The
Case of the Witch who Wasn’t, The
Cat Came Back
Cat Concerto
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Cat People
Cat That Hated People, The
Caught
Cave of the Yellow Dog, The
Ceddo
Celine and Julie Go Boating
Cesar
La Chambre
Champ
Change of Air
Charles et Lucie
Charlie: Life & Art of Charles C.
Charlotte et son Jules
Charlotte’s Web
Chase Film in 1903
Chasing the Blues
Cheddar
Chess Fever
Chess Players
Chesterfield and East Derbyshire
Agricultural Society
Chikamatsu monogatari
Child
Children Learning By Experience
Children on Trial
54 / 55
Chinatown
Chinoise
Christmas Greetings Trailers
A Christmas Story
Christmas Under Fire
Chronicle of a Summer
Cinebox: Jack the Ripper
Cinema Paradiso
Citizen Kane
City, The
Clash of the Titans
Cleaner Milk
Cleo From 5 to 7
Clerks
Climbing High
Close My Eyes
Closely Observed Trains
Closet
Close-Up
Cloud Capped Star
Clouds
Coal Face
Cobweb
Cockaboody
Cod Fishing
Coffee and Cigarettes
Colonel Redl
A Colour Box
Colour of Paradise, The
Colour of Pomegranates
Colour of the Thames
Coma
Comb
Comedians
Common Thread
Company of Wolves, The
Complete Jean Vigo
Condition of Illusion
Consequences of Love
Contraband
Control Room
Conversation, The
Cool and Crazy
Cool World
Cooler, The
Corny Concerto
Coronation of Edward VII
A Cottage on Dartmoor
Cotton Comeback
Course de buffles a madoera
Coventry Cathedral
Coventry Kids
Coy Decoy
Crevettes
Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz,
The
Criminal Tango
Crimson Curtain
Cronaca di un amore
Crossfire
Crossing the Great Sagrada
Crows and Sparrows
Cuba Va!
Cuckoo
Cul de sac
Culloden
Curse of the Cat People, The
Curtain Pole
D.G.Phalke: The First Indian Film Director
Daisy Doodad’s Dial
Daisy Kenyon
Damned, The
Dance Hall
Dangerous Moonlight
Dans Le Golfe De Salerne
Dark Victory
Dark Water
Darkness in Tallin
Daughters of the Dust
Day at Denham
A Day at the Races
Day For Night
Day I Became a Woman, The
A Day in the Life of a Coal Miner
Day of the Fight
Day of Wrath
Day the Earth Caught Fire, The
Day the Earth Stood Still, The
Days of Thrills and Laughter
Dead Game
Dead of Night
Deadsy
Dear Phone
Death in Venice
Death May be Your Santa Claus
Death of Mr.Lazarescu
Death of Stalinism in Bohemia, The
Decasia
Decline of the American Empire
Deer Hunter
Dekalog:Ten Commandments Parts 1 to 5
Delilah
Demon
Demon Seed
Der Golem
Der Hauptmann von Köpenick
Der Untertan
Dersu Uzala
Destiny
Devil and Daniel Johnston, The
Devil and the Nun, The
Devil Doll
Devil is a Woman, The
Devil’s Backbone, The
Diamonds of the Night
A Diary For Timothy
Diary of a Country Priest, The
Die Andere Seite
Diesel Trainride
Dig!
Dim Little Island, The
Dimensions of Dialogue
Diptyque
Distant Voices, Still Lives
Divine Intervention
Django
Doctor Zhivago
Dog Outwits the Kidnappers, The
Don Giovanni
Don Shayn
Don’t Look Back
Don’t Look Now
Door
Door in the Wall, The
Doss House
Dots and Loops
Double Exposure
Double Indemnity
Double Life of Veronique, The
Double-Headed Eagle
Doulos
Downhill
Dr Mabuse: The Gambler
Dr Mabuse: The King of Crime
Dr.Strangelove
Dracula, Prince of Darkness
Draftee Daffy
Draughtsman’s Contract, The
Dream Machine
Dream of a Rarebit Fiend
Dreamless Sleep
Dreams That Money can Buy
Drifters
Drive For Life
Driving Lessons
Drunken Angel
Duck Amuck
Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century
Duck Soup
Duel in the Sun
Duffy
Dumbhounded
Dunlop Welcomes Prince Philip
Dust Devil
Dybbyuk
Dying Swan
Each Dawn I Die
Early Bird, The
Early Cinema: Primitives and Pioneers
Early Disney Programme 1, 2 and 3
Early Edison Films 1893-1901
Early Trick Films
Early Yorkshire Filmmakers
Easy Street
L’Eclisse
L’Ecole Des Facteurs
Edge of the World, The
Eel, The
Effi Briest
E-Flat
EgymГЎsra nГ©zve
Eh Joe
Eika Katappa
El Bruto
Electric Edwardians
Elvis on Tour
Empire of Passion
Engine Shed
Enginemen
Entertaining Mr Sloane
Enthusiasm
Entr’acte
Etre et avoir
Eureka
Every Day Except Christmas
Every Valley
Everything
Everything Happens to Me
Exile
Exit Smiling
Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in
the Land of the Bolsheviks, The
Eye and the Ear, The
Eyes Without a Face
Face
Fahrenheit 451
Faires on the Faun
Faithless
Fallen Angel
Fallen Idol
Fall of the House of Usher, The
Fall of the Roman Empire, The
Falls
Fame
Familia Rodante
Family Life
Fanny and Alexander
Far From the Madding Crowd
Far From Vietnam
Farewell My Concubine
Farmer Moving South
Fate
Father and Son
Fear Eats the Soul
Fearless Vampire Killers
Feet of Song
Felix Wins and Loses
Fellini: a Directors Notebook
La Femme Infidèle
Festen
Fiddle-De-Dee
Film
Film – Buster Keaton Version
Film and Reality
Film Before Film
Film For Her
Film Johnnie
Film of Her
Film that Never Was, The
Films of G.A. Smith, The
Films of George Melies Pt.1
Films of George Melies Pt.3
Films of James Williamson
Finian’s Rainbow
Finishing Touch
Fire in Moscow
Fires Were Started
Fireworks
A Fisherman’s Love Story
Fists in the Pocket
Five
Flames of Passion
Flat, The
Flic
Flirty Birdy
Flying Elephants
Flying Padre
Follow the Fleet
Food
Food Flash: How to Cook a Cabbage
A Foothill Town
For Me and My Gal
Forbidden Planet
Force of Evil
Foreign Affair
Forstnutzung in Australien
Fort Apache
Forty Guns
Forty Shades of Blue
Forward Coventry – How a Famous
British Motor Cylce is Made
Fountainhead, The
Four Feathers, The
Fox
Fox and His Friends
Frankenstein
Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask
Freaks
Free Cinema
Freedom of the Hill
French Can Can
Friend Or Foe
From Hand to Mouth
Fugitive Futurist
Fully Fitted Freight
Funny Games
Gallivant
Game For Two
Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers
Gaslight
Gates of Heaven
Gavotte
General Line
Geoffrey Jones: The Rhythm of Film
George Washington
Georgy Girl
German Sisters
Germania anno zero
Get Carter
Get Out and Get Under
Ghost Camera
Ghost of Mrs Muir
Ghosts
Ghoul, The
Giant
Gigi
Gilda
Girl Crazy
Girl From Paris
A Girl Has to Live
Girl in the News
Girl Rosemarie
Glimpses of Stratford-on-avon in Bygone
Days
Go Between, The
Go Slow on the Brighton Line
Godzilla
Gold Diggers
Gone to Earth
Gran Casino
Grand Hotel
La Grande Illusion
Grasshopper and the Ant
Great Caruso
Great Dictator
Great Expectations
Great Sacrifice
Great Train Robbery
Greed
Green Slime
Grizzly Man
Gruesome Twosome
Guelwaar
Gumshoe
Guns of Loos
Hairspray
Halfaouine
Halloween
Hamburg Scenes
Handkerchief Drill
Hans Richter Programme
Happiest Days of Your Life, The
Happiness of the Katakuris, The
Happy Anniversary
Happy Days
Happy in the Morning
Happy Mother’s Day, and the Fischer
Quintuplets
Happy Together
Hard Times
Hare Brush
Harvest: 3,000 Years
Harvey Girls
Havsgamar
Heading South
Head-On
A Healthy Neighbourhood
Hear My Song
Heart of England
Heckling Hare, The
Hedging
Hell Drivers
Hell Unlimited
Help Yourself
Henpecked Duck
Henry V
56 / 57
Hepworth Films Compilation
Her Lover’s Honour
Herd
Here’s a Piano I Prepared Earlier
Hidden
Hidden Fortress
High Noon
High School
High Sierra
High Society
Hill Farm
Hillsborough
Hiroshima Mon Amour
His Girl Friday
His Last Fight
His Phantom Sweetheart
Histoire d’eau
History of Mr Polly, The
History of the Avant-Garde
Hobson’s Choice
Hold Back the Dawn
Hole
Holiday
Holiday Camp
Holiday Inn
Hollywood Kid
Home and the World
Home from the Hill
Homes for the People
Honeymoon Killers
Honorary Consul
HГґtel des Invalides
HГґtel Du Nord
Hotes de l’air
House
House of Darkness, The
Housing Problems
How Green Was My Valley
How Talkies Talk
How to Boil
How to Marry a Princess
How to Survive the 1940s COI Films
Howards End
Hugo the Hippo
Hugs and Kisses
Hukkle
Hull Traffic Scenes from Monument
Bridge
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Hunger, The
Hurricane, The
Hyenas
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
I Died a Thousand Times
I Do
I Know Where I’m Going
I Live in Fear
I Racconti di Canterbury
I Vitelloni
I Was Born, But ...
I’m British But...
I’ve Heard the Mermaid Singing
If
If War Should Come
Ikiru
Il Bidone
Il Caso Mattei
Il Decameron
Il Decamerone
Illustrious Corpses
Images
Images of the World and the Inscription
of War
Imitation of Life
Immigrant
Impassive Footman
Importance of Being Earnest, The
In a Landscape
In a Lonely Place
In Cold Blood
In Einer Englische Farme
In Name Only
In the Meantime Darling
In the Mood For Love
In the Shadow of the Sun
In the Street
In the Year of the Pig
In Which we Serve
Indian Tomb
Industrial Britain
Industrie de L’escargot
Infernal Affairs
Informer, The
Innocence
Innocents, The
Intermezzo
International Velvet
Introducing the New Worker
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Invisible Man, The
Invisible Man in Blind Love
Iron Horse
Iron Mule
Irreversible
Island People
Isle of the Dead
Istoriya Asi Klyachinoy
It Always Rains on Sunday
It Happened Here
It Happened in Paris
It Happened One Night
It Shouldn’t Happen to a Vet
It’s a Gift
It’s the Old Army Game
Italian American
Italian Straw Hat
Ivan the Terrible Part 1
Ivan’s Childhood
Ivansxtc
J.S.Bach: Fantasia
Jack Johnson
Jacqueline
Jailhouse Rock
Jamaica Inn
Japanese Festival
Japanese Story
Japonaiseries
Jason and the Argonauts
Jaws
Jazz of Lights
Jazz on a Summers Day
Jazz Singer, The
Jericho Mile
Jest, The
La JetГ©e
Jezebel
Joachim’s Dictionary
Joe Macbeth
John Betjeman Goes My Train
Johnny Frenchman
Joint Security Area
Jonah Man or the Traveller Bewitched
Jour de fГ©te
Journey From Berlin
Journey to Italy
Joyride
Ju Dou
Jubilee
Julia
Julius Caesar
Junior Bonner
Juno and the Paycock
Junoon
Just a Shabby Doll
Juvenile Liason
Kagemusha
Kate Purloin’s the Wedding Presents
Katzelmacher
Keane
Kelly’s Heroes
Kensal House
La Kermesse hГ©roГЇque
Kes
Key Largo
Keys to the House
Kid Auto Races
Kid Reporter
Kids are Alright, The
Kika
Killers
Killing of Sister George, The
Kinder-Korno in Nizza
King
King Carnival
King Kong
Kings and Queen
Kings Row
King-Size Canary
Kipps
Kirikou
Kiss Me Kate
Knife in the Head
Knife in the Water
Knockout, The
Koktebel
Koma
Kremlin Letter
Krisana
Kuhle Wampe
Kukushka
Kurutta Ippeiji
La Bas
Laburnum Grove
Ladri De Biciclette
Lady From Shanghai, The
Lady Killers, The
Lady Lazarus
Lady Vanishes, The
Lady Vengeance
Ladybird Ladybird
Land of Silence, The
Land of Silence and Darkness
Land Without Bread
Last Appeal, The
Last Days of Pompeii, The
Last of the Mohicans, The
Last Laugh
Last Picture Show, The
Last Resort
Last Supper
Last Tram Nine, Dalmuir West
Last Trick, The
Last Year at Marienbad
Late Spring
Laughter and Tears
Lawless Heart
Lawrence of Arabia
Le Ballon d’Or
Le Caza
Le Cercle rouge
Le Cheval Emballe
Le Crime de Monsieur Lange
Le Doulos
Le feu follet
Le Joli mai
Le jour se lГ©ve
Le MГ©pris
Le Merle
Le Sang des bГЄtes
Le Temps du loup
Le Voyage dans la lune
Legend of the Suram Fortress, The
Lemming
Leon Morin
Leonardo’s Diary
Leopard
Leopard Man
Leopard’s Spots, The
Les Amants
Les Biches
Les Cousins
Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne
Les débuts d’un chauffeur
Les Demoiselles De Rochefort
Les Diaboliques
Les Enfants terribles
Les Farces de Toto GГўte-Sauce
Les invasions barbares
Let My People Go
Letter, The
Letter From An Unknown Woman
A Letter From Home
Letter From My Village
Lieutenant Daring Quells a Rebellion
Lieutenant Kizhe
Life and Death of 9413, a Hollywood Extra
Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, The
Life and Nothing But
A Life Apart
Life in Her Hands
Life is a Miracle
Life is Sweet
Life of Charles Peace, The
Life of Emile Zola, The
Life of Mozart, The
Life Story of John Lee: The Man They
Could Not Hang, The
Lift to the Scaffold
Light Reading
Lightning Over Water
Lili
Lines Horizontal
Lines Vertical
Listen to Britain
Little Bit of Fluff
Little Caesar
Little Chimney Sweep
Little Fish
Little Foxes
Little Miss Muddlehead
Little Tinker
Little Women
Live it Up
A Lively Quarter Day
Lives of Performers
Lives of the Firecrackers, The
Living Corpse
Living on the Edge
Lizzies of the Field
Loafer
Local Hero
Lodger, The
Logan’s Run
Lola
Lolita
London
London By Night
London Can Take It
London Nobody Knows, The
London Story
Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner,
The
Lonely are the Brave
Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, The
Lonesome Luke’d Movie Muddle
Long Day Closes, The
Long Good Friday, The
Long Haired Hare
Looking for Langston
Lord of the Flies
Los Olividados
Lost in La Mancha
Lost Weekend, The
Love is Colder Than Death
Love is the Devil
Love Me Or Leave Me
Love on the Dole
Love on the Wing
Lovers of the Arctic Circle
Loving
Lucifer Rising
Luck of the Irish
Luke’s Movie Muddle
Lumiere Programme
Lust For Life
M
Ma nuit chez Maud
Mabel at the Wheel
Macbeth
Machine That Kills
Machinist, The
Machuca
Mackintosh Man
Madame Bovary
Mädchen in Uniform
Madonna of the Seven Moons
Magic Box
Magical Maestro
Magnificent Ambersons, The
Mahler
Mai
Major and the Minor, The
Major Barbara
Making of Broncho Billy, The
Maltese Falcon, The
Malvern Hills, The
Mamma Roma
Man in Grey, The
Man of Aran
Man Who Could Work Miracles, The
Man Who Knew Too Much, The
Man With the Golden Arm, The
Man With the Movie Camera, The
Manchurian Candidate, The
Mandy
Manhatta
Manipulation
Marie Antoinette
Marked Woman
Marriage of Maria Braun
Masculin Feminin
Masks and Faces
Massingham (Part Programme)
Master Singers: Two Choirs and a Valley
A Matter of Life & Death
Mauvaise graine
58 / 59
Medea
Meet Max Miller
Meet Me in St Louis
Melancholia
Menilmontant
Mephisto
Merchant of Four Seasons, The
Merci pour le chocolat
Merle
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
Meshes of the Afternoon
Metropolis
Midsummer Night’s Dream
Mighty Joe Young
Mikey and Nicky
Mildred Pierce
Mill
Mill Girl
Millions Like Us
Mining Review: 12th Year, No. 3
Mining Review: 21st Year, No. 4
Miracle of Bern, The
Miracle on 34th Street
Mirror
Mishaps of a Baby Carriage
Miss Julie
Mistress
Mitchell & Kenyon (Early Rugby League
Films)
Mitchell & Kenyon (Football Films)
Mitchell & Kenyon (In Central
Lancashire)
Mitchell & Kenyon (In East Lancashire)
Mitchell & Kenyon (In Manchester &
Salford)
Mitchell & Kenyon (Manchester Band of
Hope)
Mitchell & Kenyon (North East of
England)
Mitchell & Kenyon (Rowing Films)
Mitchell & Kenyon (Stand Alone Leeds)
Moana: A Romance of the Golden Age
Momma Don’t Allow
Mon Oncle
Mona Lisa
Mongreloid
Monkey Business
Monsieur et Madame sont pressГ©s
Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday
Monty Python’s Life of Brian
MoolaadГ©
Moon of Israel
Moonbird
Moonlighting
Mor vran
More
More the Merrier, The
Morning After, The
Morocco
Mosaic
Mother India
Mouchette
A Mountaineer’s Romance
Mouse in Manhattan
Mr Skeffington
Mr Smith Wakes Up!
Mr. & Mrs. Kabal’s Theatre
Mrs Miniver
Mughal-E-Azam
Mujeras al borde de un ataque de vervios
Murder
Murder by Decree
Murder my Sweet
Murderers Amongst Us
Musical Maestro
Musical Poster No.1
Mutter Küsters’ Fahrt zum Himmel
Muybridge Revisited
My Ain Folk
My Architect
My Baby Just Cares For Me
My Beautiful Launderette
My Childhood
My Darling Clementine
My Fair Lady
My Faourite Year
My Little Chickadee
My Way Home
Mysterians
Mysterious Skin
Naked City
Naked Kiss, The
Name of a River, The
Nanook of the North
Napoleon
National Anthem – The Royal Guards
Navajo Films: Programme 2
Navigators, The
Neighbours
Never Weaken
New Britain
New Builders
New Government Film Studios Opened
By Herbert Morrison
Newspaper Train
Next
A Nice Arrangement
Nice Time
Night and Fog
Night and the City
A Night at the Opera
Night Mail
Night of San Lorenzo, The
Night of the Eagle
Night of the Hunter, The
Night of the Iguana, The
Night of the Lepus
Night of Truth
Night on Bare Mountain
Night Shapes
Night Train to Munich
Night Visitors
Nighthawks
Nights of Cabiria
Nina Santa
Nine Queens
Nineteen Nineteen
Ninety Degrees South
Ninotchka
No End
No Resting Place
Nocturna Artificialia
NГіi AlbГ­nГіi
North By Northwest
Northwest Hounded Police
Nosferatu
Noted Eel and Pie Houses
Nothing Sacred
Notorious
La Notte
Now Voyager
Nowhere in Africa
O Dreamland
Occasional Work of a Female Slave
Ocean Terminal
Odd Man Out
Of Mice and Men
Off His Trolley
Officer’s Ward
Official Version, The
Offside
Oh... Rosalinda!!
Old Actor, The
Old Boy
Old Grey Hare, The
Old Maid
Oliver Twist
Olympia
On a Goose Farm
On and off the Rails
On Dangerous Ground
On Land, at Sea and in the Air
On the Black Hill
On the Town
On the Way to Warwick
Once Upon a Time in the West
One A.M.
One for the Road
One Froggy Evening
One Man’s China – Part 2
One of Our Aircraft is Missing
One of the Missing
Only Angels Have Wings
Only Me
Open Road
Ophelia
Optimists of Nine Elms, The
Organchik
Orlando
Orphans of the Storm
OrphГ©e
Oskar Fischinger Programme
Ossessione
Othello
Our Country
Our Man in Havana
Our New Errand Boy
Ourselves Alone
Out of Chaos
Out of the Past
Outfit
Outfoxed
Outskirts
Ovod the Gadfly
Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race 1913 &
1911
Pacific 231
A Page of Madness
Paisa
Palestinian, The
Palindromes
Pandora’s Box
Panorama of Calcutta
Papegeno
Paper City
Paris
Paris 1900
Paris nous appartient
Paris qui dort
Partie de campagne
Parting Glances
Pas de deux
Passing of the Third Floor Back, The
Passion of Joan of Arc, The
Passionate Friends, The
Passport to Pimlico
Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
Pather Panchali
Pavement Butterfly
Pawnshop
Peche a la dynamite dans les Iles
Salomon
Peeping Tom
La peine du talion
Pennies From Heaven
People at No. 19
People on Sunday
PГ©pГ© le Moko
Performance
Perils of Pauline Ep. 1, The
Persona
Petrified Dog
Petrified Forest, The
Pett and Pott
Phantom of the Opera, The
Phil Mulloy: Extreme Animation
Philadelphia Story, The
Piano Teacher, The
Piano Tuner, The
Piccadilly
Pickpocket
A Picture of Dorian Gray
Picturesque Roumania
Pimple’s Battle of Waterloo
Pink Floyd: The Wall
Pink Narcissus
Pirate, The
Pirate Tape
Pit, the Pendulum and Hope, The
Platinum Blonde
Play me Something
Playtime
Plein soleil
Point Blank
Polish Bride
Poltergeist
Pool of London
Porky in Wackyland
Porky Pig’s Feat
Pornographer
Portes de la nuit
Portrait of Jennie
Postman Always Rings Twice, The
Powers of Ten
Practically Yours
Pressure
Price of Coal: Prog. 1, The
Price of the Ticket, The
Priest of Love
Primer
Primitive London
Private Function
Prizzi’s Honor
Probation Officer
Projecting the Archive Programme
Property Man, The
ГЂ propos de Nice
Proposition, The
Proust’s Favourite Fantasy
Psychedelia Free Cinema Programme
Psycho
Public Ememy
Puce Moments
Pull My Daisy
Pullman Bride, The
Pumpkin Eater, The
Pumpkin Race, The
Punch and Judy
Pursued
Puss in Boots
Putting Pants on Philip
Pygmalion
Quadrophenia
Quai des orfevres
Que Viva Mexico!
Queen Christina
Question of Silence
A Quiet Week in the House
Quo Vadis
R.W. Paul
Rabbit of Seville
Rabid
Rabindranath Tagore
Radio On
Rage in Harlem
Raging Bull
Ragtime
Railway Children, The
Rain
Raining Stones
Raise the Red Lantern
Rancho Notorious
Rapid Eye Movements
Rashomon
Rasputin: The Mad Monk
Rat Trap
Reach for Glory
Rear Window
Reason, Argument and Story
Rebecca
Rebel without a Cause
Reckless Moment, The
Recolte et preparation des ananas
Reconstruction
Record of a Tenement Gentleman, The
Red Badge of Courage, The
Red Beard
Red Desert
Red Hot Riding Hood
Red Lights
Red River
Red Shoes, The
Red Sorghum
Red Squirrel
Regen
Regeneration
La RГЁgle du jeu
Regular Lovers
Rehearsals for Extinct Anatomies
Relax
Rembrandt
Renaissance
Rendevous a’Anna
Repulsion
Rescued by Rover
Rescued from the Eagle’s Nest
Respiro
Return of the Secaucus
& Revengers Tragedy
Revolution: La Belle France
Rheingold
Rich and Famous
Rien que les heures
Right Girl, The
Ring, The
Ring of Bright Water
Rink
Rio Bravo
Rise of Louis XIV, The
Ritual in Transfigured Time
River
River, The
A River Called Titas
Rivers and Tides
A Road in India
Road to Happiness, The
60 / 61
Roadways
Roaring Twenties, The
Robinson in Space
Rocco and his Brothers
Rock all Night
Rocky Road to Dublin
Rollin’ with the Nines
Rome
Rome Open City
La Ronde
Room With a View
Rope Dancer
Rosalie
Rosenkavalier
Rude Boy
Running Jumping & Standing Still Film,
The
Russian Ark
S.O.B.
Sabotage
Safety Last
SalГІ
Salvatore Giuliano
Samba TraorГ©
Samuel Beckett
San Francisco
Sandman, The
Sanjuro
Sans Soleil
Sansho the Bailiff
Saraband
SГҐsom i en spegel
Satan Met a Lady
Satan’s Brew
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Savage Messiah
Sawmill
Scandal in Bohemia
Scaramouche
Scarface
Scarlet Street
Scenes From a Marriage
Schwarzfahrer
Scorpio Rising
Scorsese Package
Scotch Myths
Scoundrel, The
Scrooge
Sea Hawk
Sea Hawk, The
A Search For Evidence
Searchers, The
Seashell and the Clergyman, The
Seaspeed Across the Channel
Sebastiane
Second Class Mail
Seconds
Secret Joy of Falling Amgels
Secretary
Secrets & Lies
Senso
Serenal
Sergeant York
Serpent
Servant
Seven Arts
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
Seven Samurai
Seventh Heaven
Seventh Seal, The
Seventh Veil
Sex and Lucia
Shadow of a Doubt
Shadows
Shadowscan
Shaft
Shakespeare Land
Shakespeare Wallah
Shakespeare’s Country
Shattered
She
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
She’s Gotta Have It
Shock Corridor
Shoot the Moon
Shooting of Dan McGoo, The
Shooting Stars
Shootist, The
Shop at Sly Corner, The
A Short Film About Killing
A Short Film About Love
Short Sharp Shock
Short Vision
Should Men Walk Home
Showboat
Shown By Request
Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan
La Signora Di Tutti
Silent Shakespeare
Silent Village, The
Silk Stockings
Silver City
Simon of the Desert
Since Otar Left
Singin’ in the Rain
Singing Fool, The
Singing Lesson
Single Line Working
Sixteen Years of Alcohol
Skidoo
Skupljaci perja
Slap Happy Lion
Slave of Love
Slick Hare
Slipper and the Rose, The
Sloane Square
Small Back Room, The
Smile Orange
Small Time
Small World of Sammy Lee, The
Smiles of a Summer Night
Smith
Snake Pit, The
Snappy Sneezer
Snow White and Rose Red
Snowman, The
Solas
A Soldier Comes Home
Some Like it Hot
Some Women
Son of the Sheik, The
Song of Ceylon
Song of Songs
Song of the Prairie
Sons and Lovers
Sorcerers
Sound of Music, The
South
Southampton Docks
Southampton in to the Seventies
Southerner, The
Soylent Green
Spagnola
Spare Time
Speak Like a Child
Speedway
Spellbound
Spiral Staircase
Spirit of Places, The
Spirited Away
Spite Marriage
Spotting a Cow
Spring Fever
Spring Offensive
Spring Symphony
Spring Time in a Small Town
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter ... and
Spring
Spur der Steine
Spy in Black, The
Stagecoach
Stain, The
Stalker
Stand In
Star
Star Boarder, The
Starlings of the Screen
Stars and Stripes
Stars Look Down, The
Steamroller and the Violin, The
Stella does Tricks
Stockport Market
Stockton-on-tees
Stolen Life
Story of Qiu Ju, The
Story of the Late Chrysanthemums, The
Story the Biograph Told, The
La Strada
Stranger on the Third Floor
Stranger Than Paradise
Stratford-On-Avon
Straw Dogs
Strawberry Blonde
Stray Dog
Strayed
Street
Street Angel
Street of Crocodiles
Street Scene in Saarbruken
Strike
Strip Jack Naked
Strip! Strip! Hooray!!
Striptease
Stromboli
Student Prince
Subarnarekha
Success Story: The Craddocks
Sugarland Express, The
Sullivan’s Travels
Summer Dress
Summer Madness
Sun
Sunrise
Sunset Boulevard
Sunshine Boys
Super Cops
Sweedie Learns to Swim
Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song
Swimmer
Swing Time
Swinging the Lambeth Walk
Swingtime
Switchboard Operator
Sympathy for the Devil
T.G. Psychic Rally in Heaven
T.V. of Tomorrow
Tabu
Tadpole and the Whale, The
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Taking Off
A Tale of Springtime
Tales From Vienna Woods
Tales of Hoffman
Tales of the Taira Clan
Talk of the Devil
Tall T, The
Tango Lesson, The
Tansy
Taris
A Taste of Cherry
A Taste of Honey
Taxi Driver
Teddy at the Throttle
Teddy Brown and His Xylophone
Television Demonstration Film
Tell-Tale Heart, The
Tempest, The
Ten Little Niggers
La Tendre ennemie
Tenth Man, The
Terje Vigen
Terminus
Tesis
Tess
Testament d’Orphee
Testament of Dr.Mabuse
That Hamilton Woman
That’s Entertainment
Theorem
They Live By Night
They Might be Giants
They Shoot Horses,Don’t They
They Were Expendable
Thief of Baghdad
Thin Blue Line, The
Things to Come
Third Man, The
This Happy Breed
This is Spinal Tap
This Unnameable Little Broom
This Year London
Three African Shorts
Three Businessmen
Three Colours Blue
Three Colours Red
Three Colours White
Three Crowns of a Sailor
Three Knights
Three Ring Circus
Three Times
Three Wishes
Threepenny Opera, The
Thriller
Throne of Blood
Through a Glass Darkly
A Throw of Dice
Thugs With Dirty Faces
Thumbelina
Thursday’s Children
A Thousand Million a Year
A Thousand Months
Tickets
Tideland
Tie Me up Tie Me Down
Tiger Bay
Tiger of Eschnapur
Tilly’s Party
Tim Drum
Time Bandits
Time of Our Lives
Time Machine, The
Time to Leave
Timecheck
Times of Harvey Milk
Tin Drum, The
Tin Salvage
Tintin and the Lake of Sharks
Titfield Thunderbolt
To Be or Not to Be
To Have and Have Not
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Sleep With Anger
Together
Tokyo Story
Tom Jones
Tom Thumb
Tommy
Tomorrow’s Saturday
Tonespur
Tons of Money
Top Hat
Top Spot
Topical Budget No 3
Torch Song Trilogy
Torremolinos 73
Toto the Hero
Touch of Evil
Touki Bouki
Tous le matins du monde
Tous les garcons s’appellent Patrick
Tout va bien
Town Bloody Hall
Toxic
Trade Tattoo
Traffic in Souls
Train Time
Trains and Roses
Trans Europe Express
Travels With My Aunt
Treasure Island
Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Trial
Tristana
True Story of Lili Marlene
Tubby’s Rest Cure
Tusalava
Twilight Samurai
Two Cooks and a Cabbage
Two Men and a Wardrobe
Two Or Three Things I Know About Her
Two Stage Sisters
Typically British
U-Carmen Ekhayelitsha
Ugetsu Monogatari
Ukigusa
Ulysses
Umberto D
Un carnet de bal
Un chant d’amour
Un chapeau de paille d’Italie
Un chien andalou
Unbelievable Truth, The
Undefeated, The
Under Capricorn
Under the River
Under the Skin
Under Your Spell
Underworld USA
Une partie de campagne
Unknown
Untold Scandal
Usual Suspects, The
Uzak
Va Savoir
Vagabond Queen, The
Vampire
62 / 63
Vanishing, The
Vanishing Street
Variety
Vernon, Florida
Versus
Very Eye of Night, The
Viaggio in Italia
Victor Victoria
VIPs, The
Virgin and the Gypsy, The
Viridiana
Virile Games
Virtuoso
Virtuous Isidore
Visions of Light
Visit of King George V & Queen Mary to
Colne
Viste a Stockholm
Viva Zapata!
Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux
Vormittagspuk
Voyage au Congo
Voyage to Italy
Voyage to Next
Vues d’Espagne en cartes postalles
W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism
Wages of Fear
Wakefield Express
Wales of August
Walk on the Wild Side
Wall
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
Walter’s Paying Policy
War Game
War Requiem
War Story
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge
Warning! This Film Might be Dangerous
Water Babies
Water Gypsies
Waterloo Bridge
Watership Down
Wavelength
Way to the Sea
Way to the Sea, The
Way to the Stars, The
Way We Live, The
We are the Lambeth Boys
Weekend Wives
Welcome to the Dollhouse
Wellman Polar Expedition
Went the Day Well
Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe
West Side Story
Westworld
What a Day
What a Life
What Have I Done to Deserve This
What’s Opera, Doc?
What’s up Doc
When Father Was Away on Business
When the Pie Was Opened
Where Eagles Dare
Where the Sidewalk Ends
Where’s the Money, Ronnie?
Which Side are you on?
Whirlpool
Whisky
White Corridors
White Heat
White Oak
White Sheik
Who Killed Bambi?
Who Killed Who?
Wholly Communion
Whom the Gods Love
Wicker Man, The
Wild and Woolfy
Wild Angels
Wild Hare
Wild Rovers
Wild Strawberries
Wild Style
Winchester �73
Windy Day
Windy Riley Goes to Hollywood
Winstanley
Winter Light
A Winter’s Tale
Wish You Were Here
Witchfinder General, The
Withnail & I
Wittgenstein
Wizard of Oz, The
Women, The
Woman He Scorned, The
Woman of the Dunes
Woman of the Year
Woman on the verge of a Nervous
Breakdown
Women of the World
Wonderful World of the Brothers Grim,
The
Woodsman
Wooing of Eve, The
Words for Battle
Work in Progress
Workshop of the World: Birmingham
World in 1900
World of Plenty
Would You Believe It
Would-Be Juggler
Written on the Wind
Xala
Yaaba
Yang & Yin Gender in Chinese Cinema
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Yasemin
Yeelen
Yellow Caesar
Yellow Earth
Yes Men
Yesterday’s Tomorrow
Yield to the Night
Yojimbo
You Only Live Once
You’re Darn Tootin’
You’re Human Like the Rest of Them
Young and Innocent
Young Cassidy
Young Magician
Young Mr Pitt, The
Young One, The
Young Soul Rebels
Zabriskie Point
Zatoichi
Zazie dans le metro
A Zed & Two Noughts
Zero de conduite
Zong Qing Sen Lin
Zoot Cat
A selection of п¬Ѓction titles acquired into
the BFI National Archive during the year
12 Plus 1 (1970)
14 Hour Technicolour Dream (1967)
14 Hour Technicolour Dream (Off Cuts)
(1967)
3 Hommes Et Un Couffin (1985)
49th Parallel (Trailer) (1941)
Academic Still Life (Cezanne) (1976)
Adult Fun (1972)
Advance, Australia (1951)
Adventure Girl (1934)
The Adventures of Dick Turpin
(Part 1 Outlawed) (1929)
The Adventures of Jane (1949)
Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel
(Ep: The Hostage) (1955)
Africa I Remember (1995)
Ain’t Nature Grand! (1931)
Air Mail (Trailer) (1932)
Air Raid Alert Has Sounded (1947)
Alien Autopsy (2006)
All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
Amadeus (1984)
Amélie Ou Le Temps D’aimer (1961)
The Angelus (1937)
Antony and Cleopatra (1972)
Arresting Personalities (1942)
The Assignment (1982)
At the Villa Rose (1939)
Babes (2005)
Baby Games (1978)
Babylas Herite D’une Panthere (1911)
Badedas (1970)
Bagnolo – Dorf Zwischen Schwarz
Und Rot (1964)
Bar 20 Rides Again (1935)
Basket Case (Trailer) (1981)
Bathing Beauty (1944)
Batman Begins (2005)
Beachcombers (2002)
Beam Ends (1930)
Beamer (2002)
Behold Our Leader (1945)
BГ©jart (1961)
The Believers (1987)
Bells of Torment (1947)
Beloved Enemy (1936)
La Bete Humaine (1938)
Beyond the Curtain (1960)
The Big Guy (1939)
The Big Sleep (Trailer) (1946)
Billion Dollar Boner
(Woody Woodpecker Series) (1959)
Billy the Ford-buster (1930)
Birthday (1969)
Black Limelight (1939)
Blatzom (1986)
Blight (1994)
Blockade (1932)
Blue Sky (1994)
Borderline (2005)
Boys and Girls Together (1979)
The Boys From Syracuse (1940)
Brazilian Poppy (1961)
Broken Blossoms (1936)
The Broken Melody (1934)
Brown Study (1979)
The Call of the Blood (1948)
Callan (1974)
Canaries Sometimes Sing (1930)
A Canterbury Tale (1944)
Captain’s Orders (1937)
Cartoon Theatre of Dr. Gaz (1977)
Catch �Em Young (1937)
The Cavalier (1928)
The Cellar Door (2005)
Un Certo Giorno (1969)
The Challenge (1938)
The Chance of a Night-time (1931)
The Charge of the Light Brigade
(Incomplete) (1936)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Charlie Chan in Honolulu (Trailer) (1939)
Charlie’s Chance (1946)
The Cheaters
(Ep: Lamb to the Slaughter) (1962)
Chelovek S Kinoapparatom (1928)
The Chicken Chaser (1914)
The Chinese Bungalow (1930)
The Chinese Bungalow (1940)
A Chorus of Disapproval (1989)
Christine (1937)
A Christmas Carol (1920)
A Christmas Carol
(Gems of Literature Series) (1923)
Chronos Fragmented (1995)
A Chump at Oxford (Incomplete) (1939)
Circus (1946)
Circus (1970)
The Circus Connection (1995)
The Citadel (1992)
City of Song (1930)
The Coast of Brittany (1911)
Cobaea Scandens (1975)
Cocaine (1984)
The Cocoanuts (1929)
Coilin & Platonida (1976)
Colour Crazy (2005)
Colour Tree Tops (1970)
Come Play (2005)
Come up and See Me (1930)
Continental Drift (2005)
Convoy (Trailer) (1940)
The Co-optimists (Incomplete) (1929)
The Count of Monte-cristo (Trailer) (1974)
Crossing Striding Edge (1948)
The Crouching Beast (Incomplete) (1935)
Csend Г‰s KiГЎltГЎs (1967)
Csillagosok, KatonГЎk (1967)
Cutthroat Island (1995)
Dad and Dave Come to Town
(Incomplete) (1938)
Dance of the Hands (1951)
Danger Area (1943)
Dangerous Partners (1945)
The Dark Corner (1946)
Dates and Nuts (1936)
Dawnbreakers (1975)
Daydreams From a Crosstown Bus (1972)
Deadfall (1968)
Death Day (1934)
Death in a Tube (1946)
Death may be your Santa Claus (1969)
The Defentrascope (2003)
Le Dernier Combat (1983)
Dial 999 (1955)
The Diamond Mercenaries (1975)
The Diamond (1953)
Dick and the Duchess (Series) (1957)
Dirty Work (1934)
Disastri Della Guerra (1950)
Doctor’s Orders (1947)
Dogs to the Rescue (1972)
Una Domenica D’agosto (1950)
Don Giovanni (Trailer) (1980)
Double Deal (1950)
Double Exposure (1969)
Dreams Come True (1936)
DrГґle De Drame (1937)
The Drum (Trailer) (1938)
Duma (2005)
The Earl of Chicago (Trailer) (1940)
L’ecole Buissonniere (1948)
Г‰gi BГЎrГЎny (1970)
Elephant Boy (Trailer) (1937)
Eliza Comes to Stay (1936)
The Empty Gun (1917)
The Enchanted Gourd (2005)
Encounter (1970)
The End (1986)
Enthronement of Archbishop of
Canterbury Geoffrey Francis Fisher (1945)
The Errand (1980)
Everything Happens at Night (1939)
Everything is Thunder (Trailer) (1936)
Ex-local Authority (2005)
Eye to Hand (1981)
The Fall (1969)
Fallen Arches (1933)
Falling For You (1933)
Un Fameux Champignon (1925)
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1966)
Faust (1936)
Un Femme Disparait (1941)
FГ©nyes Szelek (1968)
Film Traders
(Scenes From a Penn Village) (1945)
Film Traders Hk1 (1946)
The Final Conflict (Trailer) (1981)
The Fire Island Kids (1970)
Five Men Were Hungry (1930)
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Flame of Passion (1915)
Flying Alberts (1965)
The Flying Man (1962)
The Flying Squad (Trailer) (1932)
Foot and Installation (Hannah Collins)
(1970)
Franz Und Ernst
(Acht Stunden Sind Kein Tag 3) (1972)
Fraternally Yours (Trailer) (1933)
Freddie Young Interview (28/5/1992)
(1992)
Die Freudlose Gasse (1925)
La Fugue De Mahmoud (1953)
The Garden of Allah (1936)
The Gay Desperado (1936)
A Giddy Moment (1920)
The Girl from Arizona (1910)
Gone with the Wind (Incomplete) (1939)
Gone with the Wind (Trailer) (1939)
The Good Father (1986)
Good Night Vienna (1932)
The Gorbals Story (1949)
Le Grand Refrain (1936)
Le Grand Steeple De Paris (1946)
La Grande BarriГЁre De Corail (1969)
The Grass is Singing (1981)
The Great Awakening (1941)
The Great Defender (Trailer) (1934)
The Great Rock �N’ Roll Swindle (1979)
Green Bottles (1975)
Green Thoughts (1970)
Guide (1981)
Guide (1984)
Gypsy Wildcat (1944)
Hands Knees and Bomsa-daisy (1973)
Happiness C.O.D. (1935)
Harald Und Monika
(Acht Stunden Sind Kein Tag 4) (1972)
Harmonic Maheno (1991)
Harmony Lane (1935)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
The Heart Within (1957)
Hell to Eternity (1960)
Help Wanted (1970)
Her Last Shot (1912)
Here and There (1985)
HГ©ritiers Du PassГ© (1948)
Hidden Crime (1941)
High Noon (1952)
Highlights of Variety No 17 (1938)
The History Boys (2006)
Home From Home (1939)
Honeymoon For Three (1935)
Horizont (1971)
HortobГЎgy (1936)
The Hour of Darkness (1946)
Huckleberry Finn (Trailer) (1931)
I Killed the Count (1939)
I Promise to Pay (1937)
I See a Dark Stranger (1946)
Ice House (2005)
Ich Tank (1998)
I’ll Get You For This (1951)
I’m Not a Migrant, I Live Here (1965)
In Custody (1993)
In Lands Where Serpents Speak (1986)
In the Soup (1936)
Independent Hype Vol 1;
Corner 2 Corner (2003)
Innocent Reality (2005)
Inquest (1939)
Intrigue (1938)
Irish and Proud of it (1936)
Irmgard Und Rolf
(Acht Stunden Sind Kein Tag 5) (1972)
The Jacket (2004)
Jack’s the Boy (1932)
Jimmy on the Job (1915)
Jochen Und Marion
(Acht Stunden Sind Kein Tag 1) (1972)
Judith (1989)
Jury’s Evidence (1936)
Kate Plus Ten (1938)
Kensington Gorey (1973)
Kholodnoe Leto Piatdesiat Tretiego...
(1987)
Kid Millions (Trailer) (1934)
Killing Dad (1989)
The Lad (1935)
The Lady of the Lake (1928)
The Last Journey (1935)
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
The Last Waltz (1936)
Laura (1979)
The Law of Averages (2005)
Legong (Dance of the Virgins) (1935)
Letter to Brezhnev (1985)
Liebe Ist Kälter Als Der Tod (1969)
Life & Lyrics (2006)
The Lilac Domino (1937)
Lily of Killarney (1934)
Living Statistic (2005)
Local Authority (2001)
London Melody (1937)
London to Brighton (2006)
The Loneliness of a Spot Kick
Penalty Taker (2005)
The Long White Trail (1974)
Look Before You Love (1948)
The Lost Chord (1933)
Lotte Reiniger – Homage to the Inventor
of the Silhouette Film (1999)
Love Affair (1932)
Love in Pawn (1953)
Love Thy Neighbour (1948)
Love’s Presentation (1966)
Lucky in Love (1940)
Luncheon at Twelve (1933)
Lux Et Umbria (1999)
Mad Love (1978)
The Magnificent Seven (Teaser Trailer)
(1960)
The Magnificent Seven (Trailer) (1960)
The Making Of...untitled (2005)
Man From Interpol (1960)
Man of the Moment (1935)
Matrix (1999)
A Matter of Choice (1963)
Mcglusky the Sea Rover (Trailer) (1935)
Meet Me Tonight (1952)
Meg Ker a Nep (1972)
The Melody Lingers on (1935)
Men of Two Worlds (Trailer) (1946)
Merveilleuse Vie De Jeanne D’arc (1929)
Metalogue (2003)
Metropolis Apocalypse (1988)
Mgm Greats (1997)
Mike Leigh Interview Rushes (1997)
Ministry of Information Trailer –
The Forces Need Books (1943)
Ministry of Information Trailers (1944)
Il Miracolo (1949)
Mischief Night (2006)
Miss Potter (2006)
Mission Perilleuse (1954)
Mississippi Masala (1991)
Mister Moses (1965)
Monte Cristo (1929)
Moonlight Resurrection (1988)
The Morals of Marcus (1935)
Motion (2001)
Moulage (1971)
Movie Go Round (1949)
Mr. Stringfellow Says No (Incomplete)
(1937)
Mulenga Gets a Job (1951)
Mulenga’s Unlucky Day (1951)
Mumbo Jumbo (1971)
Murder in the Cathedral (1951)
The Museum Visitor (1965)
Music Goes �Round (Trailer) (1936)
Must Love Dogs (2005)
My Ain Folk (1973)
My Childhood (1972)
My Friend Flicka (Trailer) (1943)
My Grandma (2005)
My Way Home (1978)
Nak Phrakhanong (2005)
Naked – As Nature Intended (1961)
National Velvet (Incomplete) (1944)
Negatives (1968)
Newsfront (1978)
The Next Six Minutes (2002)
Niemandsland (1931)
Night Alone (1938)
Night in Paradise (1946)
A Night Like This (1932)
No Joy (2005)
Normal Vision: Malcolm Le Grice (1983)
North Country (2005)
Notes on a Scandal (2006)
Notresting (1999)
Obacy Aktorzy (2006)
Okey (2005)
Old Enough to Know Better (2005)
Los Olvidados (1950)
Oma Und Gregor
(Acht Stunden Sind Kein Tag 2) (1972)
One Frightened Night (1935)
One Heavenly Night (1930)
One Man’s Woman (1946)
One More Bridge (Trailer) (2004)
Oradour Sur Glane (1944)
Orlacs Hande (1925)
Ostrich (Animaland Series) (1949)
Our Fighting Navy (1937)
Out of Singapore (Trailer) (1932)
Over She Goes (1937)
Pack up Your Troubles (Incomplete) (1932)
The Pagan Lady (1931)
The Paolozzi Story (1980)
Paris in Spring (Trailer) (1935)
The Party’s Over (1963)
Pathe Newsreel (1940)
Paura E Amore (1988)
Penny Points to Paradise (1951)
Periscope 180В° (1992)
Periscope 360В° (1992)
Personal Services (1987)
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)
Phase Space Pacer (2002)
Picasso (1954)
The Planet (1952)
The Ploughman’s Lunch (1983)
Point Break (Trailer) (1991)
Polly Ii – Plan For a Revolution
in Docklands (2006)
Polly Ii – Plan For a Revolution
in Docklands (Trailer) (2006)
Pools Between Land (1991)
Prometheus (1972)
Psychomania (1972)
Quiet Week End (1946)
Ran (1985)
Rayday Film (1979)
Red Road (2006)
Refuge (1938)
Remembrance of Things Past (1993)
The Remote Controller (2003)
Resemblage (2004)
Return (2003)
The Return of Widow Pogson’s Husband
(1911)
Revenge of the Vampire (1960)
A Right Mayor (2005)
Rings on Her Fingers (1942)
Rio Grande (1950)
River Queen (2005)
The Road to Singapore (Incomplete) (1931)
The Rocking Horse (1962)
The Rocks of Valpre (1935)
Roman Scandals (Trailer) (1933)
Rondo (1966)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern –
Are Dead (1990)
The Royal and Ancient City
of Canterbury (1936)
Rumour Has It... (2005)
The Salt of the Earth (1953)
Santiago Alvarez at the Nft (1969)
Save the Children Fund in Neiporet,
Poland (1945)
Science Joins An Industry (1946)
Sea Wedding (1956)
The Second Coming (1970)
The Secret Laughter of Women (1998)
Secret Venture (1955)
The Sedate (1982)
Senza Ragione (1972)
Seoul Mates (Under the Sun Series) (2000)
Session (1969)
Sevenths Synthesis (2001)
Severance (2006)
She Really is the Devil (2001)
Shivers and Night of the Living Dead
(Trailer) (1980)
Shockproof (Trailer) (1949)
Shooting Dogs (2005)
Silent Shakespeare (1999)
Sing Your Worries Away (1942)
Sir Alan Parker First Light Project Visit
(2005)
Six Rehearsals (1970)
Skyscraper Souls (Trailer) (1932)
The Sleepwalkers (1959)
Smash Palace (1981)
Snow Cake (2006)
Snow Cake (Epk) (2005)
Son of Lassie (1945)
Song of My Heart (1947)
The Soul of a Magdalen (1917)
South of Pago Pago (1940)
South Riding (1938)
Sparkle (2006)
Die Speckbacher (1913)
Sport in Snow (1957)
Sport of Kings (Trailer) (1931)
St. Matthew Passion (1951)
Stepping Stones (Incomplete) (1931)
The Story of My Life (1938)
Story without End (2005)
Straightheads (2006)
Supernumaries (2003)
Symphonie En Blanc (1942)
Szerelem (1971)
Szerelmem, Elektra (1975)
Sziget a Szarázföldön (1968)
Taking Pictures (2005)
The Tales of Hoffmann (1951)
Talpalatnyi Föld (1948)
Tampico (1944)
Tell Me Tonight (Trailer) (1932)
Temporary Gentleman (1930)
Term of Trial (1962)
That Kind of Girl (1963)
That Lucky Touch (1975)
O Thiassos (1975)
Thin Air (1939)
Things Being What They are (1987)
This is England (2006)
The Three Bears (1999)
The Three Maxims (Trailer) (1936)
Thunder Rock (1941)
Tian Lun (1935)
Tim Burton’s the Corpse Bride (2005)
Time Drive (1979)
Timothy Travel (1969)
Tomas Gutierrez Alea (1975)
Top Hat (Trailer) (1935)
Tower of London (1939)
Track the Man Down (1955)
A Travers Les Steppes de L’asie Centrale
(1937)
Trouble at Malombi’s (1951)
Trying to Kiss the Moon (1994)
Tunes of Glory (1960)
Turning within the Space of a Name
(1988)
Twice Upon a Time (1953)
The Two Natures Within Him (1915)
Ultus: The Man From the Dead (1915)
The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1987)
Uncle Silas (Incomplete) (1947)
Underfoot Safari (2005)
Underground (1972)
Underneath the Arches (1937)
V For Vendetta (2006)
Valle Delle Aquile (Trailer) (1951)
Valley of the Eagles (Trailer) (1951)
Venus (2006)
Victory Parade (1946)
Village Concert (1951)
Les Visiteurs Du Soir (Incomplete) (1942)
Voyage Surprise (1947)
Walking and Talking (2005)
Wanda (1970)
The War on Television (2004)
Ward 6 (1996)
Warner Brothers 75 Years Entertaining
the World (1998)
The Warning (1915)
Waterland (1992)
We Edit Life (2002)
Welcome Home (1952)
West Side Story (Trailer) (1961)
The Westerner (Trailer) (1940)
When Ignorance is Bliss (1930)
When London Sleeps (1932)
When Mum Was Young (2005)
Where There’s a Will (1936)
White Cargo (1929)
White Dog (1981)
White Dust (1972)
White Road (1999)
White Savage (1943)
Wholly Communion (1965)
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The Wicked Lady (1945)
Wild at Heart (1990)
Wilderness (2006)
The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006)
A Woman in Winter (2005)
Women are Dangerous (1933)
Women are Dangerous (Trailer) (1933)
The Wonderful Lamp (1920)
Yes (2005)
Ying Tang (1975)
You Made Love to me (Incomplete) (1933)
The Young in Heart (1938)
Zhena Kerosinshchika (1988)
Zorro Rides Again (1937)
A selection of non-п¬Ѓction titles acquired into
the BFI National Archive during the year
A Garden Party at Edgwarebury House,
Elstree (C1924)
A.R.P. – Do it Now! (C1940)
A.R.P. – Have You Joined Yet? (C1940)
Cinema Trailer – Wartime message
to Patrons (C1945)
Colour Television – Arthur Askey (C1970)
Cup Tie Football Match (C1925)
Family at the Park (C1933)
Folkestone (C1929)
Graf Spee’ Victor Gets Promotion
(British News) (C1940)
Gunstone’s �Ducal’ Bread (C1938)
Ice Skating – Daphne Walker (C1945)
Less Lights – More Guns (C1942)
Lyons’ �Kinema Kup’ – a Line to Follow
(C1940)
Lyons’ �Kinema Kup’ Ice Cream (C1938)
Morris Major (C1931)
Nairn Arena De Luxe- Charlie and May
(30 Secs) (1982)
Nairn Fridge – Charlie and May
(30 Secs) (1982)
Norwegian-british-swedish Antarctic
Expedition 1949-1952 (Nk, C1952)
Ordnance Survey – Much more than
the way (C1978)
Polo Mints – Butlers Wharf (C1967)
Polo Mints – High Street (C1965)
Silver Jubilee – King George V
(Pathe Super Sound Gazette) 1935)
Suez Canal (C1931)
Winter Holiday Girls – Miami (C1949)
Woolworth Christmas ’78 Blockbuster
Abm/fww/575 (1978)
A Crossroads of History – Cyprus (C1980)
A Garden Party at Edgwarebury House,
Elstree, the Country Residence of
Commander Sir A. Trevor Dawson, Bart.,
and Lady Dawson, August 6th 1921 (1921)
A Garden Party at Edgwarebury House,
Elstree, the Country Residence of
Commander Sir A. Trevor Dawson, Bart.,
R.n. and
Lady Dawson. July 2nd, 1927. (1927)
A Place of Your Own (1970)
A Sign is a Fine Investment (1983)
Alamein To-day (Pathe Gazette 43/45)
(1943)
Alan Parker Company Commercial
Showreel (C1976-1981)
All is Safely Gathered in (Au, 1936)
Arch Duke (C1980)
Art in Revolution (1972)
At the Circus (Movietone News)
Ballet Black (1986)
Beauties of the Baltic (C1936)
Ben Nicholson (1985)
Bert Wilkins Interview
(Bectu History Project Series) (2004)
Beyond the Forest (1991)
Beyond the Forest (1991)
Bill Woodrow: Sculpture Interview (1984)
Billy Reid and His London Accordian
Band in “Bohemian Memories”
(Pathe Pictorial No. 781) (1933)
Blast (1975)
British Movietone News No. 1010 (1948)
British Movietone News No. 1022 (1949)
British Movietone News No. 340a (1935)
British Movietone News No. 648a (1941)
British Movietone News No. 881a (1946)
British Movietone News No. 884a (1946)
British Movietone News No. 892 (1946)
British Movietone News No. 924 (1947)
British Movietone News No. 952 (1947)
British Movietone News No. 955 (1947)
British Movietone News No. 983 (1948)
British Paramount News No. 1692 (1947)
British Paramount News No. 932 (1940)
British Sculpture (1984)
Butler Beats Them All in Midget Plane
(British Movietone) (1932)
Buy British Goods...and Why.
(Gaumont Sound News) (C1931)
Canary Island Bananas (1936)
Castles and Fisherfolk (C1933)
Cats Or Dogs (C1948)
Charley’s Black Magic (1949)
Chicken-farming is Now Exact Science
(British Movietone) (C1932)
Cities of the Desert (1934)
Clark Gable’s New Contract
(Pathe Gazette 43/46) (1943)
Collinson & Dean in “A �Lying’ Argument”
(Pathetone Weekly No. 77) (1931)
Convivial Souls Hail Australia’s Vintage
(British Movietone) (C1935)
Cornel Lucas Interview – Edited Version
(Bectu History Project Series) (2005)
Cornel Lucas Interview
(Bectu History Project Series) (2005)
Cornelius Cardew 1931-1981 (1986)
Crowning the First Slate Queen
(Gaumont British News) (C1938)
Dancers (1978)
Dancing Thru’ (1946)
Dead Level (C1948)
Det Forste Filmarkiv
(A.k.a. The First Film Archive) (C2002)
Diary of a Polish Airman (1942)
Downstream (C1943)
Dread, Beat ’n’ Blood (1978)
Edward Allington: Sculpture Interview
(1984)
Edward Burra (1973)
Edward Hopper (1981)
Empire News Bulletin No. 147 (1927)
Empire News Bulletin No. 375 (1929)
England Home and Beauty (1975)
Eternal Prague (Gb/cs, 1942)
Eugene Atget Photographer (1982)
Europe After the Rain (1978)
Every Eve (Close Up) (C1940)
Exit – No Exit Dance on Four (Series)
(1988)
Family Album (C1948)
Fast Workers (C1935)
Film (Style Tribes Series) (2000)
Flashing Blades Winter Olympic Games
1948 (1948)
Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti (1982)
Gaumont British News No. 1016 (1943)
Gaumont British News No. 1046 (1944)
Gaumont British News No. 543 (1939)
Gaumont British News No. 770 (1941)
Gaumont British News No. 818 (1941)
Gaumont British News No. 932 (1943)
Gaumont British News No. 937 (1942)
Gaumont British News No. 943 (1943)
Gaumont British News Review of the Year
1942 (1942)
Giacometti (1965)
Give Us This Day (1982)
Grove Carnival (1981)
Grove Music (1981)
Henry Ford (British Movietone News)
(C1947)
Henry Moore at the Tate (1970)
Henry Mooreat at Eighty (1978)
Here is a Letter From Mrs Churchill
(C1943)
Hidden Heritage (1990)
Hokusai: An Animated Sketchbook (1978)
Home of the Wasp (1931)
How Does it Feel? (1976)
Howard Hodgkin (1982)
Howard Jacobs and the Savoy Hotel
Orpheans (Pathetone Weekly No. 103)
(1932)
Imperial City (1980)
Instruments of the Orchestra (1946)
Italy Stays Free (Pathe News) (1948)
J. Walter Thompson Demonstration Reel
1975a (C1975) (C1975)
Jack B Yeats (1981)
Judging Masculine Beauties
(Gaumont British News) (C1939)
Julian Opie: Sculpture Interview (1984)
Just What is It..? (1984)
Käthe Kollwitz (1981)
Kinetics (1970)
Lake Como (C1937)
Lanark Bridge Collapses
(Gaumont British News) (C1934)
Land of the Springbok (1945)
Lautrec (1974)
Leeds Test (Movietone News)
Lessons from the Air (1944)
Lift up Your Hearts (C1940)
Like Human Swallows (Pathe Gazette)
(1933)
Lying-in-state of the Pope in Rome
(Gaumont British News) (C1939)
Machines For the Suppression of Time
(1981)
Malevitch Suprematism (1971)
Mantegna: The Triumph of Caesar (1973)
Mark Gertler (1981)
Mediterranean Memories (1946)
Memories of Naples (C1937)
Moving Stills (1989)
Musselburgh Fishermen’s Walk
(Gaumont British News No. 75) (1934)
New Pathe Pictorial No. 502 (1954)
News From Nowhere (1978)
North African Campaign
(Universal News) (C1942)
Norway the Land of Contrasts
(International Travel Talkies) (C1933)
Odeon Cavalcade (1973)
Over Here: Irish Music and Dance
in England (1980)
Part of the Struggle: Art and Politics
in the Weimar Republic (1985)
Pathe Gazette No. 1886 (1932)
Pathe Gazette No. 1887 (1932)
Pathe Gazette No. 1888 (1932)
Pathe Gazette No. 1890 (1932)
Pathe Gazette No. 1891 (1932)
Pathe Gazette No. 534 (C1919)
Pathe Pictorial No. 174 (C1939)
Pathe Pictorial No. 250 (C1940)
Pathe Pictorial No. 338 (C1950)
Pathe Pictorial No. 71 (1938)
Pathe Pictorial No. 736 (1932)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (02/07/31)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (03/05/37)
(1937)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (03/12/31)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (09/01/33)
(1933)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (19/09/32)
(1932)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (1931)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (21/07/30)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (26/11/31)
Pathe Super Sound Gazette (30/11/31)
Pathetone Weekly No. 101 (1932)
Pathetone Weekly (01/02/32)
Pathetone Weekly (21/09/31) (1931)
Pathetone Weekly (C1932)
Pathetone Weekly No. 103 (1932)
Pathetone Weekly No. 105 (1932)
Pathetone Weekly No. 108 (1932)
Pathetone Weekly No. 116 (1932)
Pathetone Weekly No. 32 (1930)
Pathetone Weekly No. 55 (1931)
Pathetone Weekly No. 67 (1931)
Pathetone Weekly No. 69 (1931)
Pathetone Weekly No. 71 (1931)
Peasant Island (1939)
Persona Non Grata (1962)
Peter Graham Scott Interview
(Bectu History Project Series) (2004)
Pix (1972)
R B Kitaj (1967)
R.a.f. Day Bombers Have Aerial Parade
(British Movietone Gazette No. 124) (1932)
Rainbow Dance (1936)
Red Cavalry (C1942)
Refuse to Dance: Theatre of
Howard Barker (1986)
Rembrandt’s Three Crosses (1969)
Restoration of Rome Churches
(Gaumont) (C1933)
Return of World Wonder Flyers!
(Pathe Gazette) (1931)
Richard Hamilton (1969)
Richard Need Interview
(Bectu History Project Series) (2005)
Rolanda Polonsky (1971)
Rome and Vatican City (C1949)
Ronald Frankau (Pathetone Weekly)
(1931)
S Grizdale (1989)
Sam Sherry (1980)
Sandy Powell – The Well-known
Comedian of Radio and Gramophone
Fame in “Sandy, M.p.” (Pathetone Weekly
No. 64) (1931)
Second Disavowal
Sideways Launch of Five Vessels
(Gaumont British News) (C1938)
Silent O’moyle (1936)
Sir Trevor and Lady Dawson’s Garden
Party, Edgwarebury House, Elstree. July
5th 1930. (1930)
Somerset the Gateway to the West
(C1935)
Somewhere in Hackney (1980)
Speed Thrills and Spills on the Snow
(Gaumont British News) (C1939)
Spinning Along (C1948)
St Adolf Ii (1971)
St. Brieue – Brittany (Gaumont British
News) (C1934)
Stanelli & Edgar (Pathetone Weekly No.
54) (1931)
Stanley Spencer (1979)
Steel ’n’ Skin (1979)
Stricken Peninsula (1945)
Swan Song (Secrets of Life) (C1938)
Sweet Vale of Avoca (1936)
Tao: The Way and the Power (1976)
The Art We Deserve (1979)
The Bandmaster’s Daughter
(The Co-optimists No. 5) (C1930)
The Bolden Lad (1980)
The Coronation of the Pope
(Gaumont British News) (C1939)
The Eternal Day of Michel de Ghelderode
(1981)
The Glassmakers (1951)
The Heart of Britain (1941)
The Institution
The International Student Congress,
Prague 1945
The King’s Jubilee
(Gaumont British News) (1935)
The Land of the Kangaroo (Gb/au, 1946)
The Nativity (1966)
The Old Crocks (Pathe Gazette) (1930)
The Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race (1932)
The Panther Lz
The Pantomime Dame (1982)
The Paramount Mastersingers in “Songs
From the West.” (Pathetone Weekly No.
163) (1933)
The Passing of Mr Oscar Deutsch (British
Movietone News) (C1941)
The Referendum Party Campaign Tape
(1997)
The Rich Man Drives By (The Cooptimists No. 1) (C1930)
The Tail that wags the Dog (Pathe)
(C1923)
The World in a Wine-glass (Secrets of
Theirs is the Glory – Premiere (C1946)
Thrills of the Chase (Empire News
Bulletin) (C1930)
Thrills of the Track at Brooklands
(Gaumont British News) (C1939)
Tommy Mostol
(Pathetone Weekly No. 25) (1930)
Tony Cragg: British Sculpture (1984)
Tragedy – on Land and Sea
(Pathe Gazette No. 1889) (1932)
Transport (Changing Face of Europe
Series No. 5) (1951)
Two Autumns: Andy Goldsworthy (1992)
U.s. Doubles Championship.
(Gaumont British News) (1934)
Ubu (1978)
Universal News (C1942)
Universal Talking News No. 367 (1934)
Universal Talking News No. 440 (1934)
Universal Talking News No. 606 (1936)
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Unusual Occupations No. 5 (Us, 1938)
Vita Futurista (1987)
West of Inverness (C1946)
What a Lot of Eights!
(Pathe Super Sound Gazette) (1931)
A selection of the new acquisitions to
the Special Collections during the year
Roger Ashton-Griffiths (b. 1957), actor
Additional scripts
Avril Angers (1918 – 2005), actress
Scripts and photographs
John McGrath (1935 – 2002),
director, producer, scriptwriter
Additional material
Vanson Wardle Productions,
production company
Production п¬Ѓles and company papers
Stephen Peet (1920 – 2005),
director, producer, photographer
Papers and п¬Ѓlms/tapes
E. M. Smedley – Aston (1912 – 2006),
producer, director
Scripts
Henry Edwards (1883 – 1952),
director, producer, actor
Working diaries, notes and photos
Roy Ward Baker (b 1916),
director, producer, scriptwriter
Annotated scripts
Margaret Dale (b 1922),
choreographer, director, producer
Scripts and photographs
Chris Dunkley, television critic
Notes, research and scripts etc.
Michael Balcon (1896 – 1977),
director, producer
Additional papers
Malvina Longfellow (died 1962), actress
Scrapbook, cuttings and photographs
James Cellan Jones (b 1931), director,
producer Script, letters and photographs
Eleanor Bron (b 1938), actress,
scriptwriter
Scripts
Sydney Box (1907 – 1983),
producer, scriptwriter
Additional material
W. Hugh Baddeley (1912-1994),
director, producer, scriptwriter
Scripts, cuttings, letters and photographs
Stanley Shields, art director
Scripts, designs and photographs
The BFI would like to thank the following for
their generous п¬Ѓnancial support in 2006/07.
UK Film Council
DCMS
Arts Council England
The Clothworkers’ Foundation
Heritage Lottery Fund
Simon W. Hessel
The David Lean Foundation
London Development Agency
Peter and Nancy Thompson
Film London
Mayor of London
The Eric Anker-Petersen Charity
The British Board of Film Classification
GB Sasakawa Foundation
Grand Classics/Indyssey Entertainment
The Henry Moore Foundation
Museums, Libraries & Archives Council
The Wolfson Foundation
Skillset
and a number of individuals who wish to
remain anonymous
Member donors to the BFI Southbank Capital
Appeal above ВЈ250, donors to the BFI National
Archive and other BFI projects
Darren Boyd
Ralph Cadman
Kanad Chakrabarti / Hilal Meral
Peter Cohen
Veronica Cohen
James Dean
Jerry Fishenden
Charles Fitzherbert
Edward Flann
Paul Gambaccini
A Gosain
Philip Hooker
Wayne Hunter
Derek & Anne Jenkins
James Kessler QC
Ian & Claire Larmont
Stuart Lee
Julia & Anthony Ling
Marsh Christian Trust
Ruth and Vincent Megaw
Anne & Alec Nacamuli
Roger Peirson
Austin Pinhey
Mr John S Roberts
Dr Clifford Shaw
Kevin J. Walters
Peter Walters
Rodney Welch
Richard Wilson
Roy H. Wormald
M. J. Young
And a number of individuals who wish to
remain anonymous
Cultural Partners
Australian High Commission
Danish Film Institute
Embassy of Denmark
Embassy of Sweden
FilmItalia
The Finnish Institute in London
Goethe-Institut
High Commission of Canada
Italian Cultural Institute
Norwegian Embassy
Polish Cultural Institute
Spanish Embassy
Turkey Culture and Tourism Office
UniFrance
Corporate Partners
43 South Molton
Accenture
Adobe Systems UK
Air France/KLM
Air New Zealand
Alfred Dunhill Limited
BBC London
BlackBerry
BT
Campo Viejo
Carlton Screen Advertising
CBS Outdoor
Christie Digital
The Chocolate Lounge
Cobra Beer Ltd
Coca Cola
Converse
Diva
Empire
Five Broadcasting Limited
Gay Times
Green & Black’s
The Guardian/The Observer
Hadham Water Ltd
Heat
Heaven Nightclub
Hewlett-Packard Ltd
The Hollywood Reporter
The Hospital
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Impact
Interoute
Japan Airlines
Konditor & Cook
Land Rover
LGBT Interbank Diversity Forum
Metropolitan Police Service
Midnite Express
Moet Hennessy UK Ltd
MTV
Myspace.com
NEC
Nintendo UK Ltd
Panasonic
Picture Production Company
Pink Paper
Playstation
Renault UK Limited
Sky Movies
Sofitel St James London
Soho House
Stella Artois
Time Out
Times Newspapers Ltd
Tiscali (UK) Ltd
Transport for London
Turner Classic Movies
TV5
White Star Line
Winona esolutions
The BFI would like to thank rights owners
for the use of images in this annual report.
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